The goal of being honest in your relationship isn’t to end up with a fairytale.
We are still enduring a collective trauma and there is no confirmed end in sight.
People who are emotionally shut down find it difficult to meet your emotions because they refuse to meet their own.
I think we were all healed by seeing that having a deeper conversation can lead to reconciliation when both are ready and accepting.
And, why they aren’t exclusive to one gender.
Perhaps we are a nation of children who weren’t allowed to cry.
This time has identified leaders where they didn’t exist before and that is something that upheaval often reveals.
“The Social Dilemma” and “The Vow” both forced me to consider how vulnerable we all are and how damaging it can be when left unchecked.
If they are shared passive-aggressively to condemn the actions of your partner, there can be a price to pay.
At some point, you have to decide to be okay with who you are.
And, why everyone should get checked for colon cancer.
Either the world as we know it is falling apart or we are dealing with every ill of society at once. Whatever the case, it’s a lot for a mind to process.
Rejection is hard coming from strangers, but even harder coming from someone you love.
Anger is sad’s bodyguard. By society’s standards, anger is a much more acceptable emotion from a man and may be the only one he has in his arsenal to let out his feelings.
This is my depiction of the events that led to the death of Breonna Taylor.
Social media is referring them to as “Karen”. It sounds like a cute, petty way of referring to something that is actually very dangerous.