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After You Say, "I'm Gay": Dealing with Others' Reactions

For gay men and women, coming out can be a liberating and validating experience. One that can cause much welcomed relief after years of hiding their true self behind a heterosexual façade. 1,075 more words

Gay

Should Your Middle Schooler Date?

This post was written by Matt McCauley on the Village Church’s website (thevillagechurch.net). You can read the post in its original format here. Check out the other posts on their blog for more insights on parenting and discipleship. 808 more words

2014

21 and 22 July Galleries Up on Shutterfly

Our Monday and Tuesday galleries are up at  Shutterfly.

They include shots of students enjoying our waterfront and of students being recognized at Monday’s All School Meeting: Hiker Award, Intramural Award, and Extra Mile Award. 62 more words

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Parents. Kids. Situations. Solutions.

This post is dedicated to all the parents and the children in teenage and above. I request my readers to make your parents read this.  First of all Parents, From the children everywhere, I say this to you. 612 more words

WHY YOUR KIDS AND YOU SHOULD WALK TO SCHOOL

Our society has changed over the years and grown by a lot of people. We have more technology available to us and way more options when it comes to extra-curricular activities.   1,159 more words

Communication

No Wives, No Children

Life is moving quickly. My friends are growing up and, to an extent, I am too. By the end of this year I will have given my best wishes to four new couples in my social circle. 1,139 more words

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