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Diana is a USMC (ret.) spouse, mother of three and a Wichita, Kansas native. She is back in the United States after 10 years in Germany. She is a contributing author to Holiday Writes. She hates liver & motivational speakers. She loves science & naps.

Those Incestuous Airlines

Oh, the icky irony: Delta and Northwest join the Mile High Club. Read More »

Saving A Loveless, Sexless Marriage: The Miracle of Retrouvaille

In a follow-up to her struggle to save but eventually lose her marriage, one woman recalls the painful and ultimately healing process. Read More »

Land of the Free To Be Diseased and Infect Others

I have the right to decline immunization for my children - even as it snatches the right to be disease-free out from under your children. Read More »

A Helping Hand: What To Do With Pent Up Feelings?

Piles of emotion will get painful just like piles of trash will get smelly. Deal with the cause so it doesn’t get worse. Read More »

A Helping Hand: Teasing is not a Sign of Love

When the teaser sees you’re upset and still teases, he takes it from lighthearted to mean-spirited. In turn, he takes you from treasure to target. Read More »

A First-Aid Kit for Gaming Widows

It should come as no surprise when a man who avoids housework suddenly avoids work altogether, or uses his work to fund his hobby. Read More »

What Do You Know About St. Patrick’s Day?

The luck of the Irish is all you’ll need. Read More »

A Helping Hand: Fearing Rejection and Abandonment

It’s unfortunate when we define ourselves as someone who can only believe what others say about us and ignore any good we say about ourselves. Read More »

More Bang for the Buck: Harvard Costs Less than Prison

For less money, we could be graduating rocket scientists instead of paroling rocks. Read More »

Military Mental Health Assessment Didn’t Include the Military

Officials of San Diego County don’t know why their session was unattended by the military. Some affiliated with the military, however, do know. Read More »