Your talk is what makes you who you are. What we feed our minds reflects outwards.
You apologize when you don’t need to apologize. You draw negative attention to yourself. You don’t pick up on body language.
I come across as rude because I spend most of my time staring at my phone.
I hate how socially awkward I am. I hate how difficult it is for me to continue a conversation.
Back when gender roles were more strictly defined, a “sissy” was the last thing a man wanted to be called. These days, some men are going out of their way trying to earn the privilege of being called a sissy.
Yeah, maybe it’s good I’ve never really met a celebrity before. I would undoubtedly ruin my own life.
“He put his hands in his pants, scratched his crotch, and told a customer to smell his fingers.”
The Thought Catalog Times (Volume 01, Issue 02) is a LOVE FEST in printed format from your friends at Thought Catalog Books. In this issue, we feature a collection of writing about relationships, love, and dating from various perspectives.
“Imagine someone shoving a curved can of Monster energy drink into a small knife wound. That would’ve felt nicer.”
“It’s crippling. Imagine being stuck in a deep well with a boulder tied to your ankle. As you try to climb up towards the light, there will always be something holding you back.”