Author Archives: Linda

The Top 10 Reasons to Do Sex-Ed at Home . . . #2

“Because I said so!”  How many of us recall those words from an exasperated parent during our formative years?  I do.  Mom or Dad would tell me to complete an undesirable task (cut the grass, clean my room, dry the … Continue reading

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The Top 10 Reasons to Do Sex-Ed at Home . . . #1

As America shifts further away from her Judeo-Christian roots and values, God-fearing parents may be feeling overwhelmed and dispirited by the broadening social acceptance of sexual sin in its many forms.  Twerking, sexting, same-sex marriage (now legal in 17 states … Continue reading

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More Wisdom from the Greeting Card Aisle

I’m baaaaaack!  My 6-month absence was the result of two things: assisting my mom through a major life change & switching to a new internet provider that promptly dropped my blog recipients’ email lists. . . their reconstruction was quite … Continue reading

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Libert Meets Liebster

Fellow blogger “Manoah’s Wife” ( http://manoahswife.wordpress.com/ ) recently tagged me for a “Liebster Award.”  While not quite the Pulitzer Prize, I’m happy to accept it as a resume enhancement and potential stepping stone toward publication and the big PP for … Continue reading

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The Origin of My Interest in Sex . . . Education!

Sometimes I wonder how an artsy, geeky, news junky like me became interested in sex education.  I used to think it started in my 20’s with my involvement in the right-to-life movement shortly after the Roe v Wade Supreme Court … Continue reading

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Accentuate the Positive

In my last post “So Many Subjects, So Little Time” http://www.hearttohearttalks.com/Blog/?p=485 I provided some recent examples of societal rot that work against parents’ efforts to instill biblical virtue in their children.  Indeed there is certainly much to critique about American … Continue reading

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So Many Subjects, So Little Time . . .

Believe it or not, my 2013 New Year’s resolution was to post here more often than once-a-month.  Alas, as the younger generation would say: “Epic Fail!” 🙂  My teaching & tutoring skills seem to be in higher demand these days … Continue reading

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Overdoing it with Love . . .

It’s December 31, 2012 and I’m “recovering” from lots of holiday entertaining . . . not for the crowd of assorted relatives & friends that we’ve hosted in years past … but for very few beneficiaries.  Indeed, the cleaning, baking, … Continue reading

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50 Shades of (Dorian) Gray

I admit to being puzzled by the popularity of Fifty Shades of Grey, the first book of the best-selling soft porn fantasy trilogy.  Having perused only the synopsis I have no interest in reading the book, and I am convinced … Continue reading

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The Lighter Side of Sex Ed

After a 2-month blogging hiatus to complete an intense roster of specialty teaching assignments, I’m back . . . and feeling giddy.  Consequently, this post features sex ed humor.  Yes, there really is such a thing–especially in hindsight.  Over the … Continue reading

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