So another rant type of post, but I think some of you might agree...or not. How many of you have heard "everybody has the right to believe what they want," but when there's a disagreement the right to a certain belief is put down? For example, probably one of the most common ones, religion. I mention … Continue reading Right to Beliefs
To start off let me say having a healthy and satisfying relationship is possible with hard work from both parties. Remember, each relationship is unique and there's no objective way of approaching having a satisfying relationship. No, I'm not talking about the picture perfect relationships you see in movies or dream in fantasies. I'm talking … Continue reading Having a Healthy and Satisfying Relationship Through Communication
Hello everyone, if there's anyone out there. No, I haven't forgotten about my blog but I've been occupied, mostly being lazy to write, but I do have a post coming soon. Until then be safe and I hope your holidays were filled joy.
How many of you have had a moment where you just want to cry your guts out, stay in bed because you feel gloomy, scream at the top of your lungs, or unleash your might at the world? How many of you have been told to get over it? Negative feelings and emotions are a … Continue reading Get Over It
Where to start with this one. Maybe it's just me, maybe not, but I feel like a majority of people assume, if you're an adult, you don't know responsibility unless you're a parent. Since when did being a parent automatically became a one-up over other adults about responsibility? Yes, being a parent comes with huge responsibilities, but … Continue reading Oh, You’re Not a Parent? Sorry We Only Accept Responsible Adults.
For some time now there's been a trend going about how we should ignore color in hopes of having some equality. While I agree color doesn't matter in how we treat others, I disagree with the notion of ignoring our differences based on race and ethnicity. I believe the most wonderful part of being human … Continue reading Acknowledging Each Other Through Our Differences
On my previous post, I explained how my dad's passing shifted my mindset to focus on a more positive outcome in a negative situation. I understand not everyone has experienced such drastic change as losing a parent, but we all have experienced some sort of negative situation. The great thing about our mindset is that … Continue reading Being Optimistic: Don’t Sour Your Life