Choose you into oblivion.

Finally it’s Friday! Thank God. Hey, maybe we’re on to something. FiFTG! Anyways, we hope you all have plans for the long weekend. We hope your plan includes some relaxation, pampering and fun. We have yet to plan anything. Jeannie has finals starting next week and we have a playroom that needs major organizing or maybe some bricks and mortar to seal it up. The choices for the weekend are as varied as the members of our family. But let’s face it, we have family that we disowned a long time ago.

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The Big Dysaffirmation

We have been talking about Dysaffirmations all week; how we use them with our kids, our significant others, and how much chaos they bring to us. But each of those little dysaffirmations is a symptom of what we consider to be our big dysaffirmation, our core dysfunctional belief that serve as the queen to all of our other little crazies.

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Motherhood and Star Trek

As the country prepares to take their Mommy’s out for a loud brunch on Sunday after waiting in line for hours with starving children that make women seriously consider never being found in this predicament, our attention is drawn to something much more important. Sure, we can celebrate our mothers any day of the week by cleaning our rooms, being successful or wearing clean underwear, but how often do we receive the incredible gift of a new Star Trek film?

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Jingoism and other cool words I’m attached to.

One of our faithful readers wrote us last week and asked these very insightful questions: ‘Hi guys! I understand that there is only so much you can address in a few paragraphs, but I hope you expand on the topic of attachments. As of now, it is hard for me to imagine anyone completely free of attachments, and see our capacity to form attachments as necessary for our survival. So I will play Darwin’s advocate with the following questions:

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Recap: Attachment-bad, Star Wars-all knowing, never piss off a writer.

So what have we learned this week? We’ve shared our experiences with the church and how we continue to work on our feelings related to this incredible betrayal. Please understand, in some really fucked up way, we are thankful and grateful for this experience. We have ultimately created a healthier relationship with God and look forward to sharing this with our kids. We discussed the bigotry of the church and how they twist their beliefs and the message of Jesus to fit their homophobic agenda. And all of this has to do with attachment.

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When the love is gone.

You guys haven’t been asking questions so we have to scrounge around for them. We were looking at our search counter and found that someone had arrived at CoupleDumb by searching for ‘what do I do if I no longer love my significant other?’ That totally caught us by surprise since we usually see searches for His and Hers KY and Chris Brown is a Punk Ass Bitch. No, we didn’t want to answer the question and we literally pretended that we could fashion a question out of thin air before having to address it. But, we aren’t cowards and how will our readers believe us when we say we will answer any question?

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Reader’s Comment: Lee too nice to Men

One of our loyal readers complained that we were being too lenient with men and said that we were ‘too soft on them because of your low expectations’. More specifically, she believed Lee was too easy on them. Because we have not reached a level of fame to ignore the opportunity to suck up to someone, we will revisit the subject of Men and Lee will be allowed to let loose on the male of the species.

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