Tribalism Watch

by baldilocks Today, a friend of mine posted this Facebook exchange. (I edited the names because I’m not interested in getting any of these people trolled – even the one who deserves it.) Maneesh, as many may have surmised, is an American of Indian descent. Sadly, this kind of response is common to those of … Continue reading Tribalism Watch

How Millenials hurt themselves socially

So I'm a Millenial. Well, or a Xennial (or maybe an Oregon Trailer!) since I'm a bit older, or maybe something else. But in this crazy world, I can identify as a Millenial, so that should be good enough for you, and you'll just have to accept me as I am. I work with lots … Continue reading How Millenials hurt themselves socially

A Quarter Century of Parenthood Completed, Some Tips

Yesterday my oldest turned 26 and thus my 26th year of Parenthood is now compete.  Here are a few things I've learned. Just because they have your face your kid isn't you: Both environment and heredity naturally will play a part in how your kids develop but he reality is your child isn't you and … Continue reading A Quarter Century of Parenthood Completed, Some Tips