Privacy is a luxury[…]
One of the perks of having a fantastic support system is how understanding, patient, compassionate, honest, and vulnerable they are. I mean, being able to spend time with one another and share our struggles and accomplishments while respecting and cheering each other on is priceless. Having a wonderful group of humans around you should be celebrated, and I've come to learn that I do that best when I take my loved ones on personalized dates. Recently, one of my ladies and I decided that we should take each other on a date. So we did. […]
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"Do you love yourself?"
If your answer involved a forceful response where you octave was higher than your natural tone, we should talk.
If your answer seemed forced as if there were a point to be proven, we should talk.
If your answer continued with explanations that involved your character, traits, or reasons that you wanted to give to why you love yourself, then we should chat.
If your answer were fickle (a yes, but shaky, a maybe, a sort of, or a no), we should talk.
What fascinates me is the difficulty this simple question presents. (Now, knowing me, be mindful that I have yet to have mastered this question or the depth to which the reasons that were given to me have. But I'm learning and growing daily.) How is it possible that a straightforward question such as "do you love yourself," can be complicated? I thought of two reasons why we overcomplicate this question…Read More