Tag Archives: Conflict resolution

No Little Town; No Quiet Night

O little town of Bethlehem, How still we see thee lie; Above thy deep and dreamless sleep The silent stars go by. The little town of Bethlehem is not so little today, and not so still. It’s a place where … Continue reading

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Living with confrontation

I need to build a bridge to my son. He’s over there somewhere; I’m over here somewhere, and there is a wall between us. I built the wall, brick by brick, by avoidance. I’m the one who can remove it … Continue reading

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Managing differences

So I’ve learned about two things this week that it would be best for me to avoid writing about: racism, and either one of the candidates during an election year. I don’t know enough about either to act like an … Continue reading

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‘What’s that under your nose?’

I was going over some old Catches this morning and came across one I could have used again. This was an experience I had parenting Chandler six years ago and a lesson I obviously haven’t learned yet because I just … Continue reading

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