Put me in a room full of strangers, and within minutes I have singled out the person I will crush on for the next few weeks.
At the fragile 26 year mark of my life, I finally found what adulthood truly means to me (whether I want it to or not): Stop outsourcing your personal responsibilities and wellbeing That means my career is no longer my employer’s job, my health no longer my GP’s and my happiness no longer my friend’s.... Continue Reading →
When a friend brings up a hurtful behaviour, any defensiveness will result in a lack of trust in the relationship. It's easy to no longer feel safe with them. The "blame" lies with both here if they do not communicate this. Unfortunately, relationships cannot be salvaged by only one person accepting personal criticism. We can... Continue Reading →
Like marriage, friendship cannot survive long term if one doesn’t at least give the semblance to care. When one’s feelings are hurt, someone needs to do the work to overcome it. When it is always the same person, how could a human being stop themselves from resenting them? Life is too short to force connections... Continue Reading →
In the Greek myth, Echo was a cheeky forest nymph who was known for always having the last word. Goddess Juno punished her by removing her free expression (mass surveillance cough cough). When Echo encountered gorgeous Narcissus in the woods, she could only return his own words to him. 'Is anyone there?' 'there' 'Come here!'... Continue Reading →