OPENED EYES TO SIN

Inappropriate,

Suggestions from a nitwit,,,,

who now sees

A host of these,

Losing a friend as result.

Jonathan Caswell

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About Jonathan Caswell

Mr. Caswell has been composing poetry at least since High School. He has been on WORD PRESS for ten years and contributes to two other blogs beside this one. This blog has a Christian emphasis but all bloggers are welcome. Mr. Caswell chooses to---with permission--re[post material of interest

24 thoughts on “OPENED EYES TO SIN

    1. Jonathan Caswell Post author

      SOMETIMES MAKING IT MYSTERIOUS…IS SAFER! “D MY RELATIONSHIP WITH RUELHA….I DISCOVERED THAT A SIGNIFICANT PART OF OUR DISCORD WAS MY FAULT—SHE SAID SHE HAD DROPPED HINTS…BUT I NEVER SAW THEM.! SO///THEM’S MOST OF THE BASICS!

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      1. koolkosherkitchen

        I thought so, but wanted to make sure. In different cultures, hints are dropped and understood differently. The same is true for younger vs. older generations. Finally, When we desperately want to believe something, we tend to wear blinders. All this is perfectly natural, dear brother. If you still think of her as your daughter, you need to stop playing a “helicopter parent,” the overly-possessive one who constantly hovers over the kids’ heads. She is young – let her go and live her own life! Be there in the background to support her if she asks for it, but don’t expect her to do anything for you.

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      2. koolkosherkitchen

        Unfortunately, it does happen to physical parents as well when they become too possessive and demanding. I can see how it might look like stalking. I am sorry about the emotional turmoil it has caused you.

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      3. koolkosherkitchen

        Don’t you start putting yourself down, Jonathan! Dim-witted indeed! I’ve conducted many parenting classes and consulted with parents, and believe me, quite a few very bright parents need guidance. I sometimes think that people have to pass a driving test to get a driving license, yet there is no parenting test for parenting license, and there should be.

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  1. Laleh Chini

    Hi Jonathan, if you are interested I can email you my book ‘Soroosh’ for your wonderful review. I loved your effort on reviewing ‘Climbing Over Grit. Let me know. Much love.

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