We Don’t Miss the Person, We Miss the Feelings

I feel like only a handful of people will really know what I’m trying to say here, while the rest may not understand, and even some may think I’m being naive or misguided. But to those of you who do understand, I think you’ll really hit home with this one. How many times have you…

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The Hardest Thing I’ve Ever Walked Away From

Have you ever been in love with someone? And not that fake love, where you say you “love each other” but you both know (maybe not at the time) it’s just infatuation, and once the honeymoon period fades, so does the “love” that came with it. No, but I’m talking about real love, whatever that…

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A Single, Short Chapter

I’ve recently had a series of what you could call, tragic irony, happen to me. If not that, at the very least, it’s something so absurd and unimaginable, that it’s funny. It’s so sad and almost evil in a way, that I can’t help but laugh and wonder, why me? I’m just gonna spill the…

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An Unhealthy Way of Dealing With Insecurities

We all have insecurities. That’s not anything new to anyone. We also have our own ways of coping with our insecurities, again, nothing new here. And with all coping mechanisms, there is one more obvious fact I want to share: some are good and some are bad.  So what’s a good way to cope with…

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Starting Over

What does it mean to “start over”? Like really, what do people mean when they say “I’m just gonna start over”. Now, whether that be with a new job, new relationship, new education path, it doesn’t really matter, it seems as though we hear those 2 words from ourselves and others whenever we find out…

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Everyone Is Alone

I’ve just finished up the book, Island, by Aldous Huxley, and I’ve gotta say, it’s been one of the most thought-provoking books I’ve read in a long time, possibly since the last Huxley book I read, A Brave New World, which I wrote a post about that here: A Brave New World. Anyway, there’s this scene towards the end…

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