Who is your "irregular" person? We all have them! Joyce, with experience to back her up, delivers the reassuring message that: "You are not necessarily the one who's wrong here." In this talk, she helps us in various ways to deal with those insensitive family members who may have crushed our spirits with their emotional neglect or verbal abuse...and with learning how to avoid being an irregular person to others. This is one of the programs from Joyce's popular HIS STUBBORN LOVE film series.
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The interview as over. I watched the young Diane-Keaton look-alike as she wrapped up her radio talk show with an adroit assessment of my book, Joseph. She was, and is, reputed to be one of the hottest names in radio, and though she's young she's already won several prestigious awards. She is also Jewish, bright, and very articulate.
I loved the interview. Her sharp, penetrating questions and her complete grasp of Joseph's character told me that she, unlike many Christian broadcasters, had actually read Joseph from cover to cover. I was impressed!
After she had given a final nod to the engineer, she picked up her notes and asked, more out of politeness than anything else, "Now that Joseph is out, I suppose you'll be doing another book..."
I nodded yes.
"On what?" she asked casually.
"On your irregular person."
"Irregular?" She looked at me quizzically.
"Yes, that person in your life who really bugs you to death."
She digested that for a split second, and then dismissed it as an unimportant book by saying, "But don't you think life is full of those irregular kinds of people? There's this guy here at the station..." she gestured with her hands, and I understood. "There's the clerk in some store, or the freeway driver. They all bug us to death. We are surrounded by that kind of person... Her voice trailed off and implied that she didn't think I'd have a whole lot to say about irregular people, because we are simply living in a world where we are stuck with them. The look in her very pert, brown eyes also suggested that she was wondering why anybody would take the time and energy to bother with what was merely a fact of life.
"That's not exactly who I mean," I volunteered, "The irregular person I'm talking about is a person you are related to - like your parents, a brother, sister, cousin, uncle, aunt, or even in-laws. And, in some cases, even a husband or a wife."
Abruptly she stopped shuffling papers, leaned across the table, and said intently, "I see. Well, let me tell you, when that book is out, please come back for an interview - nobody ever talks about that person!"
Then, even though both our day's schedules were already frantically jammed, we stayed for another half-hour and talked about her person.
Most everyone has at least one person in their life who truly makes living one continuous pain in the derriere. What heightens the pain is that this person is not a mere acquaintance of ours. No, unfortunately it is more complicated than that, for we are related to them, either by birth or marriage.
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