I look back fondly to a time when my religious beliefs were the bedrock core of my identity, the driving passion behind my ambitions, and the framework I used for understanding every experience and idea.
I was actually the exact opposite until recently. Continue reading
Before I came online and found this question, I was fully engulfed in feelings of resentment as I sat surrounded by my family in a room.
No one else has your exact perspective.
This question brought to mind 2 types of instances for me—1 negative, and 1 positive. Continue reading
1. Make progress in your art form. Look in places where your evolving perspective meets your natural talents, and you’ll find values that want to to exist somewhere real in the world.
I think sex addiction is a great example of how addiction becomes a bad relationship with something normally good, helpful, or fun. Continue reading
I’ve been described as shy and awkward for as long as I can remember. But something happened last year that pushed me over the edge to where I just couldn’t live that way anymore. Continue reading
When I was 10, I remember sitting one day at the end of a very long bench. Everyone else from my class was at the other end. It was a perfect picture of how I felt at the time: ostracized, unlikable, and basically no good. Continue reading
A friend and I were walking back to my house once after school.
Some kids started harassing my friend, laughing at him, and just trying to get a rise. Continue reading