Wasteland Kings

Tag: acceptance

This section is from the beginning of the first chapter on co-dependency. In this chapter, I talk about how my co-dependency started and how it increased over the years. The point I want to get across is that I had a problem of feeling like an outsider and everything I did to fix it just made things worse. Let me know what y’all think. The Outsider I was not what you would call athletic as a kid. I’ll put that…

This section of my book is from the chapter on how I gave porn back to God. Porn is one of the two main ways that I tried to take control of my life and giving it up was much more difficult than I thought it would be. I learned some really important lessons along the way though. I hope you enjoy and please leave any thoughts in the comments section. Also if you haven’t liked Wasteland Kings on Facebook…

In the profound words of the artist Propaganda, “sarcasm is really the only time people tell the truth.” I found these words incredibly convicting when I first heard them. I use sarcasm often and I use it the most on the people closest to me. I don’t normally intend to use sarcasm for malicious purposes, but I’ve found recently that it can easily have that effect even without that intention. While I tell myself that I use sarcasm because it’s…

I wonder how many of us feel like the only person who doesn’t fit in at church? I don’t know about you, but I’ve felt like I’m going through initiation at a fraternity when stepping into church. Even when many of us find a small group and get plugged in, we still fight the feeling of being an outsider. A good deal of this problem comes from our unhealthy tendency to compare ourselves to each other. Because we compare ourselves…