“Think about what went wrong, ’cause there is always a reason. Also, think about what you liked in the relationship, and what things you’d look for in the next one. This way, you can grow as a person, and eventually find the right partner.”
“Stepping away from social justice made my best friend of nine years give up on me, my family became disappointed in me, [and] my friends were giving me the silent treatment.”Read more "When Politics Meets Mental Health: Insight from a Former “SJW”"
“Love is the most powerful, indescribable, deep, [and] euphoric feeling for me. Everything seems brighter, happier, and more amazing when I am in love.”Read more "What Love Means, According to Stephanie Van Burk"
“It’s a fairly common fear, but people can often brush it off in the same way they brush off Emetophobia (fear of vomit/vomiting): By saying no one LIKES severe weather, so it’s pretty normal. Well, ladies and gents, I’m here to tell you that worrying yourself physically ill because of a SLIGHT risk of severe weather is indeed abnormal, and it can be debilitating.”Read more "Weathering the Storm: Tips on Coping With Weather Phobias"
“Communication is important, whether that topic is sex or anything else. If you aren’t able to explain how things make you feel, or what you’d like to change when it comes to be something like that, then you’ll never be happy.”Read more "Communication is Key: Relationship & Sexuality Confidence Inspiration from Gabrielle Stanley"
“Authenticity is key. I have an open view on life and love. My main message for people is: Be honest and stay true to yourself and your feelings. Free yourself and your fear. It’s the best way to live life 100% as we only live once. Don’t be worried about how society and people around you consider you. Some will like you, some [will] not. Keep your head up high, and be confident in what you do. We all have a unique purpose to accomplish in this world.”Read more "“Breaking the Rules”: Inspiration from Stephanie Van Burk"
Sure, I have gotten some of my information from potentially not very reliable sources. But, the difference is I’m looking to genuinely figure this shit out. If I’m wrong, then teach me what those disorders are really about so I’ll know later on down the line. If I’m right, fine. Let’s learn about how I can cope with them. That’s all it has to be.Read more "Why People Are Afraid To Seek Help. "