DiaryDad’s kids are ready to be part of the conversation; now if only he could see that. I blew it with my kids the one night a little over a year ago… The worst part about it is that I didn’t realize it until after I had started to get mad at them for a situation that […]
Comment of the Day: ‘What do I know about being a man? If I come up with something, I’ll get back to you.’
Comment of the Day was by D, on the post “A Message to Women, It’s Not Us vs. Men”
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Comment of the Day: “Cheating is inherently a shock, because, at least before that betrayal is discovered, only the cheater knows it has occurred.”
This comment was by D. on the post “Is Cheating Really That Bad?”
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Comment of the Day: “I realize after racist incidents how inept we often are as white people in truly having a conversation about race and racism.”
This comment of the day was by Andrew Pollom on the post “In the Spirit of John Brown: A Letter to White People After Charleston”.
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