There are three types of people generally speaking: those who choose you, those who do not choose you, and those who don’t know you.
I always took family for granted. 447 more words
I’ve worked with teens virtually my entire adult life, and I’ve come to recognize a small handful of situations that are ripe for disaster: a group boys left unsupervised nearly anywhere, but especially in a gym with a ball; a group of girls at the Village with a credit card; and a mixed gender group asked to be a little vulnerable. 547 more words
“And you, Brutus?”
One of the most complex topics l have always had and experienced problems with is ‘Friendship’. As a single item, it is very easy to both understand and comprehend, and yet, it is filled with uncertainty, misinterpretations, misunderstanding, hostility, manipulations, bullying and confusions and these ‘flaws’ are on a good day! 1,648 more words
What a fabulous and a half book!! This book was gorgeous, delightful, and an absolute breezy read about 2 best friends Tina and Jodie, wanting the Cosmos (I meant the Universe, not the magazine) to change their lives before they reach the big 3-O. 273 more words