Archive | November, 2015

Navigating the Friend Zone by Stephen Simpson

24 Nov

Let’s just be friends

A sexlove_friendzoneman looking for love dreads no four words in the English language more. The thing that drives me crazy is that a lot of people don’t understand why. Continue reading

Pursue Her

19 Nov

  Here is a funny video about Pursing a Relationship with a woman in a healthy way!

Pursue her - video

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Men & Christian Friendship: It Won’t Just Happen on its Own

17 Nov

We all have periods in our lives when we are in need to make new friends.  Although those who know me consider me an extrovert, as I enter a new season of life, I realize that I must push myself in order to make friends.  Here is an article that I hope will encourage you as you establish a network of friends.   Continue reading

Making Work Meaningful: 3 Steps from Psychology and Theology to Kickstart Meaning in Your Work

10 Nov
Men at Work from Flickr via Wylio

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Several years ago I became good friends with a guy who remodeled houses. He worked a lot of small jobs, often bathroom makeovers, and he was passionate about what he did. He never cut corners, and he often added “extras” even when they would likely go unnoticed. He was a devout Christian who took pride in running an ethically grounded business, and he looked for opportunities to talk about his faith with his customers. Beyond all that, he made a point of donating usable lumber, fixtures, and furniture that he removed in various projects to people or organizations who needed those things. This was extra work, but he figured it was a way to help those without many resources, while also reducing the waste that would end up in a landfill.

Here is the full article.

Bryan Dik is associate professor of counseling psychology at Colorado State University and is co-founder and is Chief Science Officer for jobZology. He is co-author of Make Your Job a Calling: How the Psychology of Vocation Can Change Your Life at Work. Read his other post on the psychology and theology of vocation here and here.

Fantasy Football – Game or Gambling?

3 Nov

I want to be honest.  I am not a fan of football.  As a father, I do have son who loves football, and enjoys watching games, and (thanks for video games) is already anticipating entering the world of fantasy football.  I understand the allure of any and all things fantasy, so I did a little research on Fantasy Football.

Here are the facts: Continue reading

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