By the time she’d gotten home Alice was so frazzled that she just fell into bed, something she vaguely regretted when she woke up. She cleaned and healed up the cuts but left the bruise as she’d already been seen with it and its sudden disappearance would raise questions, though she did dull the pain somewhat. 3,540 more words
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Yesterday in church it came to me what I can do when people use the Lord’s name as an exclamation or curse.
I can say, “I’m so glad you brought Him up! 58 more words
Research into local traffic patterns and the impact they have on motorists has revealed the top five local roads that can’t be said out loud without adding an expletive. 157 more words
Hearing children use swear words or ‘bad’ language can bring up some pretty big reactions for many adults.
It can draw us into our old childhood wounds, feelings of powerlessness and throw us into a spiral of power over our children through judgment/ threats/ shame/ punishment. 442 more words
Thanksgiving is the perfect time to think about the language we use and should be using. Here’s an idea I had:
Thanksgiving is the perfect time… 23 more words