1. Burning bridges every time someone disappoints you will make you an island.
Poor Shakespeare. Writing a downer like Hamlet must have set him back years on his path to attaining fame and fortune.
Give it a shot, remember that you can always go back to hating yourself if it doesn’t work out.
Who are we to judge somebody else’s forever? In fact, what’s wrong in believing in forever? What’s wrong in believing that some things may end sooner than expected but other things may last for a lifetime? It’s a sad reality that people would rather laugh at the face of someone who thinks forever is attainable than root them on.
What can it be?
Thanks to the eccentric depiction of “twenty somethings” in today’s society; whether it be blogs splattered all over the internet, television series, films or simply trendy hashtags such as #postgradproblems, twenty something has been turned into an exceptionally stereotyped and…
Be supportive. Be open-minded. Be nice.
Don’t allow your “no” to be the beginning of a negotiation.
The more I realize that I in fact am a control freak, the more I am able to convince myself that some things are better left uncontrolled. I know it might sound like contrary logic, but hear me out.