- Belts and spatulas: a story of spanking, fear, failure and redemption
- ADHD & Dysgraphia
- Why getting married young and having babies is not as crazy as you might think
- Who is Elizabeth Esther?
- Grade-School Drama Queens.
- Lazy! Flighty! Slobby! Commitment-phobe! (Understanding your ENFP "dark side" and becoming a well-rounded, mature ENFP)
- Good Christian girls don't talk about sex. We just obsess about it.
- Life as a fundie pastor's kid
- Elizabeth Smart & the life-threatening danger of shame-based purity culture
- How to talk to someone living inside an abusive church/cult group
Category Archives: ENFP
My husband (an ISTJ) does the grocery shopping for obvious reasons like: he doesn’t get distracted by colors and pretty wine labels. He’s an efficient shopping machine, plowing through the aisles, placing Only The Necessary Items in his cart with … Continue reading
A few months after we were married, church leadership “strongly encouraged” us to attend a marriage workshop. Frankly, attendance wasn’t optional. To maintain our good standing in church, we were more or less required to attend these workshops. And participate … Continue reading
Oh, how I love a good party! I love flitting around, be-bopping in and out of conversations, laughing uproariously, yammering on about a million subjects. I always feel like I’m my very best self during a party. I sparkle. I … Continue reading
I’ve curated my best posts from 2012. Enjoy. Most of all, thank you for reading my words and loving me anyway and always. 1. Why Hating Religion But Loving Jesus is Impossible 2. Sex, Lies & Mommy-Blogging 3. Fundamentalist Scare … Continue reading
So, this is embarrassing. Remember I told you that maybe I was an introvert? Well, now I feel like my old self again. Which is to say, a very definitive extrovert. I’ve had multiple people tell me I’m back to … Continue reading
Make it fun! ENFP’s get all deflated and mopey if they don’t have something fun to do or something fun to look forward to. When it comes to fitness, ENFPs need group exercise because the social interaction provides the necessary … Continue reading
I am a feeler. I can emote on cue, off cue or pretty much on any cue. I can also feel you. If I sit with you for a few moments and you let me in, I can feel what … Continue reading
I guess you could call this whole thing an identity crisis. Or maybe just a misdiagnosis crisis. Anyway, things just aren’t adding up–which is to say, I have always self-identified as extroverted mainly because I have great social skills and … Continue reading
Some summers, I plan a whole lotta nothin’. This summer, I decided to pre-empt the summer doldrums (aka, boredom) and summer brain-drain (aka, too many video games) and begged my mother for help. My mother, taking pity upon my poor, … Continue reading