Dear Dana: I’m A Married Woman, He’s A Married Man. Can We Still Be Friends? – Role Reboot

Dear Dana: I’m A Married Woman, He’s A Married Man. Can We Still Be Friends? – Role Reboot

Catching up on some Dear Dana reading. So much wisdom in 1000 words…

Dear Dana is a bi-weekly advice column for humans who engage in romantic relationships. Please send your dilemmas, issues, conundrums, assumptions, conflicts, anxieties, worriments, obstacles, complications, predicaments, queries, questions, and any other synonyms for “problems” to deardana@rolerebo…

Bob Mould- Walls In Time 1988

Bob Mould- Walls In Time 1988

Is it a crime, to want to show your soul
We’ve wasted our time, another black hole
This guide is not even lost, not even sure
Now find the disease or the cure

Has life lost all its glory and wonder
Sad tales are told again and again
Sleep toss and turn my old bed
What a tale, again and again

Now all the stories of the world could fit in a building
In a building high and wide
Well it’s filed under headings
That no one’s quite sure of
But Lord knows that everyone tried

When the pen meets the paper
When the mind, it begins to stray
How a soul can lose its will to explain
Oh explain, again and again
Day after day, day after day, day after day.

We all cry once in a while
It doesn’t fit well with your smile
But then are those tears, are they for real
Again and again it’s how you feel

If I was losing life, when picked from the ground
A nice arrangement for the occation
Do flowers when moved from place to place
Lose all meaning, dislocation, dislocation

When a sleepless night
A flame attempts to spark us all
We might burn, candle light
A waste of time, another dead soul
If these walls around my soul could talk
The words would lose importance
Within these walls I hold
So hear these words

We all want to leave a mark somewhere
With those of us who feign to care
If all fortune its times we find a way
To build up these walls in time, to build up these walls in time.

Is it a crime?

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How We Teach Our Kids That Women Are Liars – Role Reboot

How We Teach Our Kids That Women Are Liars – Role Reboot

This is the article the mormonpress.org piece closes by recommending. Again, a must read. (And a place to find Dear Dana Norris’s writing!)

The message that women are untrustworthy liars is everywhere in our culture—from TV and music, to politics and religion, says Soraya Chemaly. Two weeks ago a man in France was arrested for raping his daughter. She’d gone to her school counselor and then the police, but they needed “hard evidence.” S…