Category: communication

Review of Face to Face by S. Michael Wilcox

Arms folded, head bowed, eyes closed, and of course, kneeling. This ...

I Love You Daddy

Few words bring such warmth and love to a father than ...

Hiking and Life

This was written on September 4, 2012 and originally posted at ...

Agency: Guns, Gays and Abortion

With all the tumult about same sex marriage, gun rights, and ...

Viral Media

It's easy to pass on information very quickly. With the stroke ...

On Commentary and Conduct

One of our core principles at Real Intent is to refrain ...

Why We Sometimes Shouldn’t Write

I have a long history of offending people with my writing. ...

Different Issues for Children

This research essay is part of our Peculiar Minds series. Identifying mental disorders ...

Understanding Asperger’s

Today's guest essay in our Peculiar Minds series is by Kathy ...

The Unspeakable Gift

I was buffeted by images of people recoiling in their living ...

The Road IS Long

Last month the Lord promised me help when I needed it, ...

The Gift of the Gospel

This is the twelfth and final in a series by our ...

Forgetting What It Means To Be a Kid

There was a television show a few years back entitled Kids ...

Handling the Glut

A few days ago my husband and I watched BYUTV’s collection ...

A Storm of Anger

Lying here in the dark I hear the rumbling of a ...

Dia de Los Muertos

Halloween coincides with the Mexican festival Dia de Los Muertos (Nov ...

Sharing Christ

Please welcome Ardis E. Parshall (Keepapitchinin) who is guest posting with ...

Defining Faith

In my experience with grief I often read about how faith ...

Whither a Soapbox?

About four years ago, I noticed as I studied the scriptures, ...

Judge Not, or In Other Words, What I Learned When I Was Hanging From a Rock

Awhile ago my husband and I broke out our rock climbing ...

The War of Animal Instincts

Recently, I remarked to my sister that I attract people with difficult ...

The Driving Force of Parenting

My sixteen year old son is learning to drive.  He’s number ...

Kids and Communication

After some familial communication mishaps recently, we wanted to teach our ...