When Fast is Slow

I couldn’t believe what I had gotten myself into. How could I expect to meet all of these demands, all of these expectations? And yet, somehow I wasn’t stressed. I wasn’t exasperated. But, I was busy. And I was beginning to feel overwhelmed.  It was the summer of 1999. I was hired in May toContinue reading “When Fast is Slow”

Chuck Norris doesn’t get PTSD, PTSD gets Chuck Norris—BUT what about his family?

I remember growing up in the 80s, noticing just how many, mostly action movies, but definitely more than a few dramatic representations of the aftermath of the Vietnam War on our servicemen. I was introduced to First Blood by a small town pastor that lived near us when he played it for my six yearContinue reading “Chuck Norris doesn’t get PTSD, PTSD gets Chuck Norris—BUT what about his family?”