By Amanda Frazier Timpson

We don’t have political problems, Friends, we have human problems. We are privileged with the responsibility of choosing our own leaders, so doesn’t it stand to reason that our leaders reflect the kind of people we are? That should scare the hell out of you right now. The overt hate, selfishness, ignorance and general shamelessness …

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My Hero!

Amanda Frazier Timpson

I come to you from my recliner, where I’m researching bohemian clothing (or curating my ideal wardrobe on Pinterest, whatever). Mike is watching a comedy in which two well-known actors discuss writing a screen play about super heroes who can control the world with their minds, and it occurs to me we all have that …

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Humans are complicated and life is messy. One of the many things we do to keep that theme running is miscommunicate, but before you can really communicate with someone else, you have to get on the same page with yourself. If an 8-count box of crayons can represent your emotional spectrum, keep reading. This is …

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* I’m not sure of the exact date, but I remember the moment. The following post is a throwback, written within my first couple years of living in California. It was a bittersweet time filled with life-changing revelations. This is one of the happiest: I was just thinking of all the friends over the years, …

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The calvary isn’t coming.  This may seem obvious, but first you have to realize no one else is going to rescue you. There’s not a person on the planet who could, no matter how much they wanted to. Our culture is saturated with entertainment depicting women seeking the perfect man who will worship her, do at …

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