I’ve always been extremely arrogant when it comes to relationships. I was once asked what subject I know the most about and my response was “love.” I don’t know who’s bright idea it was to give me this false sense of confidence in the relationship department, but it’s how I’ve been for as long as … More Not All Happy Endings Have a Happy Beginning.
There’s two moments when I feel discomfort: when I’m doing something I’m NOT supposed to do, and when I’m doing something I AM supposed to do. The first moment for me has meant I was stuck dating the wrong person, hanging out in the wrong group of people, or doing something I know I have … More It’s Okay to Be Uncomfortable, It Means You’re Growing.
True love knows no boundaries. It makes us look inside ourselves and discover our deepest, darkest fears. It makes us question our sanity, and question ourselves. Am I doing the right thing? Am I making the right choice? Why does this person like me? What do they see in me, and why can’t I see … More Sabotage and Love
I often write in favor of women. Whether it’s to help them let go of the masculine force that’s dominating their life and forcing them to submit, or empower them so they can finally break free of the false belief that they are not enough. Well, I am here to express another opinion of mine, … More Dear All Men — You’re Good At Relationships
“Nice knowing you.” It’s often a statement made in anger; made when we have no options left; made when our hearts are full of sadness, and we have nothing left to do but say goodbye. But what happens when we’ve had time to reflect on what brought us to that point? What happens after those … More Nice Knowing You.
I used to be embarrassed over absolutely everything. If you think I’m being dramatic, ask any boy that talked to me during my teenage years how red-faced I was during our conversations. I was uncomfortable, distressed, and awkward as all get-out. It took multiple embarrassing moments, failed relationships, and low points for me to realize: … More Date The Girl Who Embarrasses Herself
“If you’re constantly telling someone how to behave, chances are you are not recognizing the inconsistency of your own behavior. ” … More 8 Signs Your Ego is Inhibiting Your Ability to Love Others.
I have a confession; I’m an introvert. You wouldn’t know it by observing me, because when I’m around other people, I have a very convincing people-person-demeanor. I’ve been able to finagle my way into jobs made for much more personable people; from dancing at kid’s parties, singing in bars, and working in customer service, to … More Are You An Introvert, Or Are You Just Depressed?
How much of you can I have? Can I have the you of my dreams? The you I pray I will get to see every night before I go to sleep? It is the you that differs from night to night. That leaves me drowning in the sorrow, And keeps me smiling in the light. … More How Much Of Me Is Too Much?
It’s Mother’s Day, 2018. Your 25-year-old self is in a place of anxious wonder. Anxiously awaiting your big move into your new apartment near New York City. The apartment where your room will be the size of a small walk-in closet, but you don’t even care because it’s finally a space to call home. You … More Note To Self (Open on Mother’s Day 2019)