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Shannon Jammal-Hollemans

Essay

We’ve been here before

Never Forget: We’ve Been Here Before Sybill was the second of two daughters born to Walter, a merchant, and his wife Margarete, in the south of Poland in 1931. Poland had been entrenched in one sort of political skirmish or…
Essay

Faith in the Upside Down

By Shannon Jammal-Hollemans I recently counseled a couple struggling with an obstacle in their relationship. One of them had made a mistake that had a significant impact on their family. The other was having a hard time forgiving their partner.…
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Hello, My Name Is. . . Racist

by Shannon Jammal-Hollemans “Recently I asked my husband the simple question, ‘Did you empty the dishwasher yet?’ My intention was to find out if my favorite coffee cup was clean. Bruce, however, felt as if  I were monitoring him. Regardless…