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Sue, Storykeepers, and Us

March 1st was a big day. It’s the day I asked my wife, Brooke, to marry me. It’s also the day that we lost her mother. Brooke’s mom (Sue) was a kind and wonderful mother. She was also a super grandmother. She had worked as an OB/GYN nurse and was present at the hospital for the  »  Read More

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The Single Worst Question to Ask in Family Legacy—Part III

Exercise of poor character can’t be blamed on personality. I’ve been discussing the worst question to ask in family legacy discussions: Why can’t you be like me? It’s such a poor question because it assumes that the person that you are speaking to is not adequate and needs  »  Read More

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The Single Worst Question to Ask in Family Legacy—Part II

In my last blog, I spoke about the single worst question in family legacy: Why can’t you be like me? Why is it the worst question? It assumes that who you are as an individual in the family system is not good enough, doesn’t measure up—and that you should be something other than  »  Read More

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