Growing up we were always taught not to speak to strangers, however, talking to strangers online isn’t a new thing to me. It’s 2017, we all grew up with the internet. From the age of 17 to 23 I spent more time than I’m willing to admit in a chat room. When I first started
I have a tendency to fall in love with every person that’s willing to show me their soul. It’s so rare. We tend to dance around the surface of friendships and I’ll be honest I want nothing to fuckin do with it. That’s not who I am. When I care for a friend I care about
The people I admire most are the ones that aren’t afraid to share their dreams and goals. People who chase the world and know they’re capable enough to do it. I’m 26 and I’ve spent a lot of time in interviews for corporate jobs. Their favourite question was, without a doubt, always: ‘Why are you
I’m sitting on the subway, like any other morning commute, and I’m looking at all the tired, somber faces sitting with me. How many of these people are happy? How many love what they do? Nobody is speaking. They sit quietly, on their way to their 9-5 grind- and I realize it’s not them who’s
“How dare he treat her like that with all that she does for him” I sighed in frustration. “Now tell yourself that. You need to understand that you deserve no different” I sat there for a long time after my friend said this to me. Understand, I try to focus on the best in people.
You were crying in the bathroom about a man you were seeing with your friends. I couldn’t help but listen. You were listing off all the amazing qualities he had and all the reasons you didn’t want to lose him. Making excuses for his actions and blaming yourself. What you neglected to list off were
I’ve been talking to a friend about how I have this blog that I sort of just abandoned. I told him I found that I put so much pressure on myself and what I post so it became incredibly overwhelming every time I sit down. My friend kind of shook his head and said “you’re
I’ve found over the past two years my friendship circle has shrunk immensely but I’m okay with that. I made that choice. I’ve stopped putting peoples happiness over my own. I refuse to tiptoe around someone’s feelings in order for them to feel happy all while I’m not. My happiness trumps yours and I’m not