We don’t choose the trials that are part of our collective human existence. We can choose how we deal with them.
I’ve read a lot about it. There is a mass exodus of gifted children from public education. It troubles me as a parent with gifted children in public
My role models are courageous women throughout history I’ve read about in books. They are artists, entrepreneurs, friends, and women who have influenced my genealogy research skills.
I’m a white girl, but all my role models are black women.
I don’t know when the first time was that I heard that scripture in a talk or lesson in church as a child, but I remember how it made me feel. I felt discouraged and inadequate. I wanted to
My friend is a stay-at-home mom. She spends her time volunteering at her children’s schools, and matching endless pairs of socks. She has a law degree from Duke. Another friend is a tattoo-covered recovering addict with a rap sheet, seasonally employed as landscaper. He’s a genius.
What happens when you don’t live up to your potential? More importantly, how…