I grieve for the relationship we could have had.
You may not think it exists, but the very fact you don’t notice your own privilege is privilege itself.
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We are not talking about healthy relationships enough, and in that void, junk like Twilight and similar media are filling in the blanks. And it’s not pretty.
It’s not always about keeping people out. To me, it’s about letting people in but in the right ways and right time – for you.
Listen, my darling, because this is important: you are not used up.
How many times have you told yourself: “get over it”? Maybe that doesn’t need to be our response.
I’m afraid of a lot of things: balloons, rollercoasters, porta-potties, and parallel parking. But there is nothing that scares me as much as the idea of being left.
There is a well-known Buddhist parable about the first and second arrows. The first arrow is pain. The second arrow is suffering. We can only avoid one.
I had an awkward encounter in the mall. Here’s a story about Jeff.