“Be transformed by the renewal of your mind…” Believe in the Bible or not, in the realignment of your thought processes there is great opportunity for change. Our thought patterns come unbidden to our brains. Like Pavlov’s famous dogs, our … Continue reading A-Z of Divorce: T is for…Thoughts
I’ve been asked several times whether I regret getting married. It’s a pretty punchy question. The implication is there that, because of the divorce, it was a potentially wrong or bad decision, and that I might wish I’d never met … Continue reading A-Z of Divorce: R is for…Regret
Divorces are a series of painfully unending endings. Relationships, experiences, dreams and plans come to conclusions in different ways that are hard to stomach. Not only does your marriage end, but you find other tiny endings along the way. Little … Continue reading A-Z of Divorce: P is for…Possibilities
Author’s Note: This week I’ve stood with my hands over my face listening and rendered myself unable to sleep with a late-night tune in… Dum, de dum, de dum, de dum… The theme tune of my childhood and soundtrack to the … Continue reading I’m turning into my parents – or ‘Why I listen to The Archers even though I was determined not to’
When I saw the title of this article, my heart sank. The article (worth a read before this) explores the ways there are of analysing and calculating the divorce rate, so far interesting to consider. The second part lists a series … Continue reading Whose marriage is at risk of divorce?
New Year is the contradiction and apex of the gift of a ‘new’ time-frame by which to measure things, and an abyss into which we stare without that we leave behind. Continue reading Unhappy New Year
As I read the genealogy of Jesus, I was struck by the connection of Ruth to another of the women. Rahab was her mother-in-law. Now who knows what their relationship was like – history doesn’t record it – but I … Continue reading Royal Connections: Ruth