Lately I've been trying to think about something else completely, but I think focusing on, say, the challenge within problems I am facing or how I could have done things differently, or how I could rephrase my thoughts is more helpful. What do you do?
I was reading this article about Anna Quindlen's book " A Short Guide to a Happy Life". The author points out she's not a philosopher but rather pulls from her own experience with life and the living of it. Let's draw from our own experiences and write what we would tell people in our own "guide to a happy life". Let's do it list style because I like lists so much in fact …
I have been in a sad place for a while and have started to explore the path of self love. I don't really know where to start. What are your experiences with learning to love yourself? What steps did you take? Where is the line between confidence, cockiness and self love?
What percentage of the day do you spend thinking about your body? Just a …
Is technology runing us?
I've lived in East Los Angeles for at least 12 years of my life and now living in South Carolina for about five. I think moving around, place to place, changed the way I looked at life, my attitude in life, and definitely my personality. Is there anything that changed the way you look at life?
I have been thinking about this kid lately. This kid has Duchenne's. I cry about him a lot, then I feel guilty about the crying, because who am I to be the one crying, I don't have Duchenne's. If empathy were a disease, I've got that, think of it that way. Anyway, If I had one wish I would wish for him to be cured. What would you wish for?
I keep a key necklace with me at all times because it unlocks a desk that belonged to my great-grandmother. Having the key with me reminds me of where I've come from and where I want to go in life. Do you need your family as support/motivation to go forth and do what you want? Or does it not matter as much?