We spend so much of our time, maybe all of it, trying to gain peoples shallow approval, and our own approval, by looking attractive, fun, adventurous. By making sure we look like we’re doing life right.
If you were to search the hashtag #throwbackthursday right now on Instagram you’d find north of over forty nine million posts. If you search #ThankYouThursday you would find just under six thousand. I think it’s time we tipped that scale in a more useful direction. Don’t you?
For those of you who don’t have a mental disorder or have never experienced someone with a mental disorder, it goes a little something like this: imagine you’ve fallen down into a well. The well is deep enough where you feel scared, alone, frightened, and hopeless…
Is Donald Trump about to start a new religion??
Our emotional terrorism leads us to feel like we must have an opinion to showcase that we are aware, that we are thinking about whatever subject matter it is we should be thinking about; that we care.
“There’s two categories of things that I keep, the really good and the really bad.”
Social media is good for your soul. Those words have definitely never been said together before, but they should be.
We all have a love-hate relationship with the Kardashians, and the same is true for the selfie.
The Lebanese are out protesting as trash hasn’t been picked up (thanks to waste mismanagement by the Lebanese government), but it’s actually more than wanting clean streets and clean air.
Bottom line? Self-esteem doesn’t come from a selfie. It comes from within.