You’re not a superhero. Stop setting your expectations that high. Instead, let’s take a deep breath and work on incremental change — which everyone knows is the key to success in everything anyway.
This Is 40
Toxic masculinity ruins the party again.
STOPPING IMPROVEMENT is death. There is no goal. There is no final destination. There is only direction.
One day you will back at those terrible experiences and be grateful it happened.
Starts a conversation off with a question to provoke an answer.
“If someone tells you they’re an asshole, believe them.”
I may die in the next year. But probably not. The odds are good that in about 18 more months, I will turn 40. I have some cause for optimism.
Your Barbies won’t make it out alive.
“Saying ‘because I said so.’ My dad and mom did this to me and I hated it. So now with my daughter, she knows exactly why I say no to something.”
“Tons of gel in the hair. I just want to run my fingers through your hair without feeling like a million snails just puked all over my hand.”