"We're only given what we can handle."What you may intend as a compliment can come across as a meaningless platitude.
When asked what she wishes her mom would do differently while dating, Rachel, a smart young graduate student, replied, “I wish she would recognize her own impulsivity and emotional rollercoaster.
Marietta seemed to know that it was a pivotal moment. Most men can’t see past the chair.” Stephen froze, and for a moment it looked as if he might be like “most men” and turn away.
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Achieving that oneness takes place when we are in agreement with God's design for marriage.
It's the leaving of our childhood families to start our own and to be "one" in doing so — one in our thinking, one in communicating, one in our dreaming and one in sexual intimacy.
But plenty of well-meaning statements can come across the wrong way. "You're lucky you have a normal kid too."Along with "But he looks so normal!
Read on for nine lines—all heard by real moms—that are likely to offend, plus ideas for what to say instead.1. "I want my kid compared to everyone else's kids and treated like his brothers and sisters who don't have special needs," says Mary Anne Ehlert, founder and president of Protected Tomorrows, an organization that provides support to families with special needs children. " this implies that there's something wrong with your friend's child.