“Less fear. Less fear. Less fear. I am about to turn 50 next year, and I am just getting that lesson. Fear was such a detrimental driving force in my life at 30. It impacted my marriage, my career, my self-image in a fiercely negative manner. I was guilty of: Assuming conversations that others might be having about me. Thinking that I might fail. Wondering what the outcome might be. If I could do it again, I would have risked more.”
Romance is like religion in that it’s completely illogical, but that doesn’t stop people from giving their lives over to it.
I know it’s not what the cool kids like to do, but I like to read non-fiction. Lots of non-fiction. And my favorite moments reading non-fiction are when a book bitchslaps my brain and reconfigures my entire understanding of reality and my place within it. I love that. It’s like a mind orgasm.
Come up with three ways your life could be way, way, way worse. There’s always a worse.
Nobody wins on Valentine’s Day. The holiday puts everyone in an awkward situation. If you’re not seeing anybody then it’s an incessant and unnecessary reminder of your solitude.
We seem to live in a culture today where people are more concerned with appearing to be something important rather than actually being something important.
Here are seven things we should have learned as teenagers, but didn’t.
Fortunately, there’s been a lot of psychological research into healthy and happy relationships the past few decades and there are some general principles that keep popping up consistently that most people are unaware of or don’t follow.
What would a month in blogging be without yet another obligatory “X Things that Blah Blah Blah” post for all of you and your friends to share? Because reading these days is just too boring unless it’s put into an easily-digestible list form.
Research shows that social isolation is more harmful than alcoholism or smoking. Depression and stress are related with all sorts of terrible physical issues.