Everything deflated like a balloon. That’s what it felt like to be broken up with. It wasn’t devastating. My identity remained unaltered in her absence, but the air went out. … Continue reading In Defense of Your Ex
I can be a bull in a china shop. That can lead to power struggles.
Moments way before this one stung with my loneliness. My entire adolescence, the wake of disappointments in college, the year I moved to another city and it didn’t work out. … Continue reading Notes on Loneliness
The world is facemasks and ventilators. We are a globe of 7 billion six feet apart. CDC updates roar in as the US leads the COVID 19 virus totals. Busy … Continue reading Privilege in a Pandemic
I ignored that loss, never grieved someone whose existence I never acknowledged.
Robert Frost was right. An essay on disappointment, persistence, and why.
We’ve already forgotten about the Caroline Calloway events of last year, but it’s only a matter of time before another influencer falls.
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I’m bad at deciding.
Probably one of the more embarrassing posts I’ve ever written. That’s what makes it honest.