I often get asked strange, sometimes rude, and weird questions. I wanted to share a humorous side to it by sharing some of them.
Words are powerful, and they can help us heal broken hearts and broken spirits.
According to the personal relations bible, High Fidelity (movie or book), “It’s not what you’re like, it’s what you like.”
Treat me like a person. I’m not “blonde girl.” I’m not “fat guy.” And I certainly don’t appreciate it when you don’t make eye contact with me when we’re speaking. I’m a person. I can contribute to the company. Give me a chance.
The dedicated minimalist.
Is chaos inevitable?
Strangers enter the train and you lose the liberty of an empty train to commit your sins. But you continue to look at her until she gets off, you stare at her as if she’s prey. She’s more than skin and bones.
Does thinking about my appearance impact my daily life and my decisions?
I believe part of the problem is that we aren’t talking about what’s actually happening in these classrooms. It’s not just about promoting abstinence, instead crossing over into misinformation, scare tactics, and lies.
For a very long time, thin was in.