Lately, I've been getting hints of a man, and hints of a life. It's so strange. All the signs are right here, even if I chose not to see them. Well, I'm seeing them now, and I'm excited. 🙂
I found a bunch of journalling questions, so I'm going to answer them one at a time, sporadically. This is the first. What is the single most difficult lesson you've ever had to learn? I think, very simply, that life isn't always fair. This is something my mom used to say -- and still says … Continue reading “what is the single most difficult lesson you’ve ever had to learn?”
I've always been told to give people the benefit of the doubt. I think we, as women, are taught this from a very young age. Give someone the benefit of the doubt, give someone a chance, etc. I think it's why so many of us grow up to be indecisive, to second-guess ourselves. I will … Continue reading the benefit
For my whole life, I've wanted to be liked. It's not a bad thing. It's not the best thing, either. Honestly, it just gets in the way. I've only recently learned this, so I'm talking through it as I write. I'm trying to reconcile my own feelings about this. I definitely think that if you are … Continue reading to be liked.
I'm not the best at opening up to people. Like I've said before, I try, but just can't seem to. I don't know when a good time is to talk about myself, and sometimes I feel as if interjecting makes me a conversation hijacker. I feel also sometimes that people don't care. It's harsh, but … Continue reading you should never tell anyone anything, otherwise you end up missing everybody.
Hello, this is going to be about friendship. I feel like this is something I struggle with all the time. The idea of "struggling with friendship" is a weird concept, anyway. Like, how can I struggle with something that's so inherent? As humans, we have relations with one another, ranging from familial relations to physical … Continue reading let me tell you about my best friend