The other day I was buying junk food from the convenience store. My hair all messy. Ewok beard on full display. Probably stunk like depression.
Waiting in line, this beautiful woman comes up behind me. Tall, well-groomed, elegant clothes. She … Continue reading
(Part 15 out of 30 in a series on sexuality.)
Where am I supposed to go from here?
I recall in my relationship, with the first woman I ever had sexual intercourse with.
We were together for about … Continue reading
Some people just don’t like you.
They don’t have to give you a reason.
It behooves you to learn to accept ambiguity.
Ambiguity can be difficult to deal with, because it might mean the worst case scenario is true.
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Acknowledging that other people’s tendencies, actions, and words trigger your traumas, is not necessarily the same as blaming them.
Blame is futile and counterproductive. In the presence of blame, there cannot be clarity. Blame twists up the narrative until it … Continue reading