Men might think we cry far too often, but there’s always a reason, even if it is slightly irrational. This is when we use the PMS excuse, even if we know we’re not PMSing.
For 2,000,000 years, anger lets mammals say, “I am BETTER than you.”
Am I living a life where I’m putting my own oxygen mask on first? Or am I exhausting myself by putting other people’s needs ahead of my own?
“INFPs have been called the ‘Children of the Myers Briggs World’ and it’s pretty true. True idealists, we see the best in everyone and everything, processing everything in our rich internal world and constantly dreaming about how the world could be a better place…”
I have learned by having a brick wall fall on me about what’s really important in life.
As happy as I am – and, for the most part, I truly am – you should also know that I, at times, become equally sad. I have a strong urge to cry in regard to pretty much any emotion, at any time.
“Love is hiding who you are at all times. It’s wearing make-up to bed and going downstairs to Burger King to poop.”
If I have learned anything in the last twenty-three-years, it has been the unfortunate discovery of accepting ourselves in secrecy.
1. Showing your true emotions is something that makes you feel vulnerable and that’s not fun to do.
Too often women make the mistake of believing that to be powerful, and successful, and taken seriously, they must be more masculine.