About the title:
Why Perfect Dysfunction? The soul, the spirit, that place within us that is holy, whatever you want to call it, it’s perfect. Conversely, we are human beings and as humans we are dysfunctional in one way or another and therefore, we are all perfectly dysfunctional. Plus, I grew up around dysfunction and believed I needed to be perfect.
About this blog:
This blog is for those of us who love to have deep conversations about anything and everything. I hope to inspire thought and conversation by discussing an array of topics and sharing a bit about myself. Readers can make comments for further discussion – for you, for me, for the good.
I’m a New Jersey working mom, stepmom, wife, sister, friend, and co-worker trying to navigate the emotions that go along with those roles. My life is consequently busy, so I have little time for a good, sit down, cup of coffee (or wine), meaningful conversation and hope to, in part, fulfill that need here.