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FACEBOOK POST: DESIRE, WORDS, & MISS NEW YORK CITY

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FACEBOOK POST: DESIRE, WORDS, & MISS NEW YORK CITY

DESIRE Illusionary desire is temporary and fleeting. We make half-assed, flakey attempts to acquire an illusionary desire. Illusionary desires often involve material possessions that we intend to greedily hoard. Illusionary desires may involve neediness and dependency and will make you feel out of control. Real desire, on the other hand, is continuous. Taking action to […]

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FACEBOOK POST: SEX & THE CITY MEN & BREAKUPS

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FACEBOOK POST: SEX & THE CITY MEN & BREAKUPS

BREAK UPS After telling Carrie that he wanted to try to work things out, Burger broke up with her by leaving this Post-It note on her laptop. It was a classic Sex and the City moment and it down in history as one of the worst ways to break up with someone. We’ve all been […]

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FACEBOOK POST: VICTIM CARD & DISLIKING FACEBOOK

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FACEBOOK POST: VICTIM CARD & DISLIKING FACEBOOK

Victim Card It’s been a tumultuous summer for me, and the past couple of weeks have been especially brutal. I just entered my 5th month of unemployment, a dude recently stomped all over my heart, my bank account was hacked, I was forced to cancel a long-planned vacation, there’s been a death in my family, […]

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FACEBOOK POST: GOSSIP

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FACEBOOK POST: GOSSIP

GOSSIP I’ll admit: I’ve had loose lips this week. I’ve gossiped. I’ve been judgmental. I’ve said and thought some negative, nasty things– about others and also about myself. It’s human nature to feel jealousy, hurt, fear, and envy, but it’s how I handle those emotions that is important. I tend to forget that words and […]

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THE CONDOM

Filed in Growing Up by on September 17, 2014 0 Comments
THE CONDOM

One day in the fifth grade, my teacher divided up the boys and the girls and we were taken into separate classrooms.  In an effort to prepare us boys for puberty, Mr. Clemons, the only male teacher at Everton Elementary, showed us a film strip about the changes our bodies would be going through. The […]

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