Recovery is sobering, the walls of denial tumble, and lay waste my life-long illusions. Enabling has supported a construct built to honor my arrogance. My need to be needed is fully exposed to the harsh light of reality. I have pulled the needle out of my own arm, as I discover that care taking is […]
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Dene contributed a whooping 6 entries.
Entries by Dene
Years ago, when I was in the mountains outside Tucson, I had a transformative dream. “Men stood in line, waiting to see Mary Magdalene. When they got to her, they jerked their seed into a large gourd from which she drank, washed her hair, and made her adorning colors. The scene sharply shifted to men […]
On Saturday, I marched with my wife and the women of San Miguel, with pink pussy hats galore. Women’s Right = Human Rights the banner said … like we have to even say what is so horrifically obvious. It felt like the 60’s again, and I was energized being on the lines. The women sang […]
We have come far in the last 50 years … technological explosion, advancement of women and minorities, global diversity awareness, economic growth for 2nd and 3rd world nations, Yet the American workplace still operates under the old patriarchal values. Patriarchy is not about gender. It is a set of beliefs, attitudes, and practices that affect […]
As a man, are you still trying to discover who you are, why you are here, and what it is you are supposed to do? Do the typical definitions of male success leave you unfulfilled? Do these questions, and ones like these that you often ask yourself in the middle of the night, leave an […]