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Here’s Some Great Marital Advice To Ignore – And Some To Cherish

Divorce is an epidemic in the United States. According to the American Psychological Association, about 40 to 50 percent of married couples in the United States divorce. The divorce rate for subsequent marriages is even higher. Any disease with a 40%-50% infection rate would be called an epidemic. When the unions between man and wife… Continue reading Here’s Some Great Marital Advice To Ignore – And Some To Cherish

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Leadership With A Flair For Christianity

According to society, we’re not supposed to have biases. By definition, however, not all biases are bad. Webster defines bias as an inclination of temperament or outlook. I have an admission to make: I have a bias. But it’s not a bias in a negative sense. I have a leadership bias. I look at all… Continue reading Leadership With A Flair For Christianity

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Just Follow The Policy And You’ll Be Ok

It’s no secret that I was a police officer for 21 years of my work career up to this point. One of my colleagues, Earl McFadden, used to say, “Blaine, when there’s a policy in place, just follow the policy and you’ll be ok.” What he was talking about was when there’s a written policy… Continue reading Just Follow The Policy And You’ll Be Ok

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Happy Wife, Happy Life – Or So I’ve Heard

I am really into etymology. No, no, not entymology; that’s the study of bugs. I’m into finding the original source, or closest original source possible, for quotes. Especially in today’s internet age, they get misattributed far too often. Most uses of quotes are ripped off from someone else and repurposed by some flashy new speaker,… Continue reading Happy Wife, Happy Life – Or So I’ve Heard