| Friday, 25 May 2012 13:37|
Tema GouseFifty years ago, my husband came home from work one day and asked me if I would like to go to Europe. I continued peeling potatoes as I nodded in the affirmative. I was tired and in no mood for jokes. But he persisted.
| Friday, 27 April 2012 00:00|
Tema GouseInteractions between siblings clearly demonstrate the love-hate relationship many siblings have for one another: We battle with one other; we envy one other. In the healthiest of families, siblings will defend one another – even siblings who battle each other – from outside threats or forces. Until we are separated by distance or death, we often don’t fully appreciate the meaning we have in our siblings’ lives.
| Friday, 30 March 2012 02:46|
Tema GouseThe concept of what constitutes a family has evolved over time. As a junior in college, I was enrolled in a sociology course entitled “The Family.” The course was boring, and I took it only because it was required.
| Friday, 02 March 2012 15:29|
Tema GouseOur attitudes about the aging process change as we have more and more birthdays. The number of candles on one’s birthday cake may alter our feelings about what constitutes being elderly.
| Friday, 03 February 2012 16:46|
Tema GouseI recently ATTENDED the annual corporation meeting of my former employer. I have done this for 52 consecutive years, never missing one meeting. I initially attended as a privileged employee, and for the past 26 years since I retired, I have been privileged to attend as a member of the corporation. It is an annual event that I eagerly anticipate.
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