Hello, Ms. Coulter, I hope this somewhat lengthy letter finds you well and totally Ebola-free. (And if you can believe it, I’ve never opened a letter with those words.) I wavered on whether or not to write you, not because you don’t know me and probably won’t read this anyway, but because all of my friends told me not to. They said it wouldn’t do any good. That it would be a waste of time. That your post about Dr…. Read more »

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UPDATE: On March 26, 2014, sources announced that World Vision is REVERSING its decision to employ those who are gay. While this makes me incredibly sad beyond words and literally sick to my stomach because of the mixed message we Christians are sending to the world, it does NOT change our charge as followers of Jesus to LOVE all. In fact, it only reinforces the message of this entire blog post. And now that the naysayers (i.e. bullies) seem to… Read more »

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She was all hooked up. Ready for the Pitocin to start dripping. She winced at the thought of induced labor. And then, in a pathetic attempt to assuage her concerns, he let those words roll off his tongue, “All labor is the same. Labor is labor.” I wanted to kick my friend’s obstetrician. Where it counts. Right then and there in the matchbox-sized labor and delivery room. To teach him a thing or two about pain. Because having had giganto… Read more »

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Why You Should Ditch Your New Year’s Resolution {right this minute}…and Make One that Really Counts If you’re reading this blog during the first week of January—the week of original posting, there’s a seriously good chance that just days prior you made a New Year’s resolution. And, let’s be honest, no matter when you’re reading this blog, there is a darn good chance you’ve already broken it. (No yelling at my kids? I made it 1.75 days. Congratulations to me.)… Read more »

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