Monthly Archives: December 2017

Sherrie’s Revised Crummy Ham Christmas Brunch Recipe

This post handles problem of what to fix for brunch and offers an updated recipe of an old classic crummy ham dish.

What do you do when you totally mess up a recipe and you need it to be correct and done right now? Sherrie found the answer to this pressure-filled preparation while making her favorite casserole f0r a Christmas brunch. And, everyone loved the way it turned out. Sherrie shares it all with you here.

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Should Adopted and Foster Kids Keep Trying After Repeated Birth Parent Rejections?

This post addresses repitition compulsion by adopted and fostered who find connecting with birth family impossible. It gives the advice of saying goodbye.

Some therapists call it “repetition compulsion.” That means trying and trying with the same results. We adoptees and foster kids sometimes fall into this when we are rejected by a birth relative. We keep trying to make things better, but the birth relative keeps rejecting or abusing us verbally. What can adoptees and fostered kids do? Do we just keep on taking it? Here’s what Sherrie found out on her journey.

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Yes, I’m a Christian and I Love Santa

What Adopted and Foster Kids Really Want for Christmas

Why is it that some people of faith get huffy at those who celebrate the culture of Christmas? Santa, his reindeer, cookies, presents under the tree? Perhaps, they need to reconsider the difference between the culture of Christmas and the culture of Christ.

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