Category Archives: Wheaton College

Bridge Over Troubled Water

Discussion of how TSC and related behavior affects a wider circle of people and the fallout when not understood Continue reading

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Team TSC & The Marine Corp Marathon

My running pitch:  I can’t even begin to explain to you how much running has been an elemental coping mechanism in my journey with TSC.  For better or for worse, I have come to running as a corridor of freedom … Continue reading

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Dear Wheaton College,

Brief letter to my alma mater discussing the meaning of “fallng” Wheatie. Continue reading

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Lost at the Big Y, STUCK at Walmart. A rather long rant.

When my son Jack was around age 3-4, he was a bolter. I mean a runner.  A dasher.  As in Dash from The Incredibles, dasher.  And fast!  The kid would just flat out beat a trail away from me at … Continue reading

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Discourse on Madness

In my own personal reflections lately, I’ve often pondered just what it is about the label “recovering” alcoholic, that I find frustrating personally, as well as what it is about 12 step support groups, and the overall image of the … Continue reading

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