I have a confession to make, am I the only one triggered by my spouse’s ‘flaws?’ Where can I find encouragement when I feel discouraged by my own human flaws and failures? Help, my spouse in not handy around the house! I’m embarrassed by how my spouse drives! I’m more tired at bedtime than my kids! Is it OK to not have a bedtime routine for my kids? I think my spouse needs a Hallmark Channel addiction intervention! I prefer going to the movie theater by myself, is that weird? What are your quirky confessions?
I confess, I don’t have a toolbox. It’s not a struggle for me, but it’s a struggle for Kari. -Tom
I love honking the horn! I don’t ‘look’ for opportunities, but I have my hand on the horn so fast. Especially if the other driver is on their cell phone. -Kari
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran confess to having an empty tool box, honking the horn, lacking a bedtime routine, and watching Hallmark movies. Kari reads her favorite poem posted on Mary Grace’s World Race blog, “I Never Knew Jesus had Brown Eyes.” Tom shares insights he’s learned about trauma and trauma-informed care.