I operated under the façade that my “toned” body was a result of my workouts and “healthy” eating. Nothing could be further from the truth.
I want to listen to someone I care about talk about their day, not just read a message over a phone screen saying it was good.
The hype around Pokémon Go seems to finally be dying down, but the impact it has had on folks with social anxiety has only just begun.
“I can’t take this distance. It’s too hard. I love you too much to not see you every second of everyday.” ― Chris, 20
Because just one look at someone’s profile can raise a thousand questions. Questions that didn’t even cross your mind and questions that you might not like the answers to.
These are some anti-PC Pokemon.
I see your hashtags and messages of support to those affected, but I don’t applaud them and don’t add one myself. I simply don’t see the point other than to make your online friends know you’re informed and have reacted appropriately. I choose instead to reflect internally and welcome conversation in more intimate parts of my life.
“There is a very thin line between self-centered and self-empowered, and our generation that is right in the middle of this technological revolution shouldn’t be so quickly dismissed as the former.”
These are not the girl-you-bring-home-to-mom vibes I am going for.
Love, is the only thing that we have at the end of the day. It’s truly the only thing that matters in this world. So please, give the definition of love some justice. And if you feel it, say it. And if you don’t feel it, then say it. It’s time to stop hiding our feelings in fear, and it’s about damn time we give love a chance.