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  1. Growing up my baby brother and I were day and night. He got the worst end of the stick. I always felt sorry for him following me into school, he was compared both to my bad behavior and everyone expected the worst and to my intellect and everyone expected the best. He was neither a bad kid (troublesome) nor a good student. Hard to believe I was both.

  1. September 27, 2014

    […] But I made a mistake in my reasoning. I was comparing how my ex and I were after many years (and the endless projects of a fixer-upper house) to how Brock and I were after only a few years with fewer projects. And I had conveniently forgotten the frustrations that my ex and I encountered as we learned to work together. As with anything in a relationship, teamwork is formed, not found. The frustrations that Brock and I felt had little to do with our different approaches and unique perspectives and much more to do with a lack of practice. […]

  2. October 11, 2014

    […] that developed can’t compare to embryonic. If you are in the early stages of a relationship, do not compare it to a mature relationship with its associated vulnerabilities and intimacies. Apples and […]

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