I am not trying to change the world or bash those who need to rant about their mother-in-law over a glass wine.
With more time on our hands, many of us turn to social media and use it as our handbook to guide us out of this pandemic and to adapt to social distancing.
Love is the most irrational and beautiful thing we experience in this strange world of ours. To me, love is a force. It motivates us to act in ways that go against our own interests. I don’t mean this negatively. Instead of focusing solely on ourselves, we invite someone else in. We start to care about them, resulting in a less-selfish lifestyle.
Embrace every emotion because you have the gift of feeling. It certainly keeps things interesting, right?
A concerned reader messaged me today expressing his distress about his romantic interest essentially ghosting him. He didn’t call it ghosting, but I will. First, who is a ghost? Someone you have been communicating with in a romantic manner that all of the sudden stops responding to your texts and/or phone calls without any explanation.... Continue Reading →
One of my biggest pet peeves is when people do certain activities just to share it on social media.
It is 3:00am and I am not sure if this blog post is going to make any sense, but here goes…