One minute of patience

The last year has taught me a lot about myself.  I’m learning how much I didn’t allow myself to understand about myself.  I spent three decades trying to hide part of myself from anyone else, but more importantly from myself.  I would binge amidst feelings and desires I didn’t understand, and then be ashamed of … Continue reading One minute of patience

Comfort in Trials

I have been working through a number of trials in the last few months.  Each of these trials, individually, would not seem to be daunting and overpowering, yet combined they have entangled me in a trap of emotional bondage.  2020 has proved to be aberrant, and does not show signs of slowing down in its … Continue reading Comfort in Trials

Hope, an anchor of the soul

Which hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast, and which entereth into that within the veil;Hebrews 6:19 Thoughts from Hope, an anchor of the soul Where do we place our faith?  Where do we anchor ourselves?  Upon what rock, or sandy place do we build the foundation in which … Continue reading Hope, an anchor of the soul

Seeing and perceiving, hearing and understanding

During a talk I recently listened to the following scripture was paraphrased from Isaiah 6:9: “And he said, Go, and tell this people, Hear ye indeed, but understand not; and see ye indeed, but perceive not.” It is estimated that we make ~35,000 choices each and every day.  Some choices are proactive, and the majority … Continue reading Seeing and perceiving, hearing and understanding

The Gift, small yet precious acts of service

A simple act of kindness causes and endless ripple.  So often in our lives as Adult Babies we find ourselves looking in, shamed of ourselves and what we experience daily.  The knowledge that we are aberrant does not escape us.  Knowing can compound our feelings, and push us deeper inside ourselves.  Most, if not all, … Continue reading The Gift, small yet precious acts of service

Heart to Heart, Principle 2 – I Glory in My Jesus (part 2)

Life changing behavior is often brought about by life-changing events, or crisis.  We are seldom able to push ourselves in the right direction without a rather abrupt and urgent push for change.  We enjoy the comfort of our current situations, even when they are bad ones, to want to change. Change, even GOOD change, is … Continue reading Heart to Heart, Principle 2 – I Glory in My Jesus (part 2)

A Journal for Diapers, gathering data 

While replying to an email to another ABDL blogger (recoveringdl) I brought up the point about perhaps keeping a journal of sorts so I could track how often I wear.  We had been discussing frequency of wearing, and the differences of having a set schedule of when to wear and wearing when you “need” or … Continue reading A Journal for Diapers, gathering data 

Heart to Heart, a series – Introduction

While in Church a previous Sunday it was announced that a Heart To Heart class would be starting at the ward, or congregational level, in the coming months.  I think I let the announcement float over me the first time. Then again, it was discussed more, and my wife and I both talked about attending … Continue reading Heart to Heart, a series – Introduction

Being worthy in diapers

Finding happiness while in the search for everlasting happiness is something each and everyone of us reach for in this life.  We all want to feel happy. We all want to feel worthy of love and happiness. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, especially male Priesthood holders, strive to keep themselves … Continue reading Being worthy in diapers