Are you like me? You see a homeless person on the street or sitting in the city, either driving or walking by, and you feel slightly nervous? Sad, yet never moved enough to actually make eye contact or stop?
The common misconceptions about homeless people and their situation in life reveal the extreme narcissism present in our society: when we blame these people for their own suffering, we are no longer able to solve the problem at hand.
So, I am hoping that “Pro-Lifers,” self-proclaimed feminists, political analysts, and the broader community of caring individuals will shift their focuses to holding the Trump Administration that looms ahead to improvising housing solution for homeless women and children nationwide.
That’s right, ladies and gents. We’re talking #ChanoForMayor.
It’s one thing to date to meet someone special, and it’s another thing to date because you have to have somebody
We are, all of us, human.
If you’re lucky, they recover. If you’re really lucky, you recover, too.
We need to remember this: People are not taking their own lives because of the attention they’ll get when they’re dead. People are taking their own lives because THEY DO NOT WANT TO LIVE IN THIS WORLD ANYMORE.
You deserve to live a quality life where you feel fulfilled.
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