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What I Learned from the Teen Psychologist

When I was 16 years old, not long after my  brother left for college, my mother took me to see a psychologist who specialized in kids and teens. 1,295 more words

Advice

We Don't Know How

Love never dies a natural death.
It dies because we don’t know how
to replenish its source. It dies
of blindness and errors and betrayals. 17 more words

Culture

Twisted


Some treess are allowed to grow straight -a tree might have stable light, stable water, stable ingredients with no tropisms that would cause them to twist. 151 more words

Those UN-Soulful Will Be Remorseful

I shall go forth unresponsive to care, yet mindful of the dim lights within the cesspool of despair, for fools who lay among us in silent descent, castration is the celebration of the willful now spent. 63 more words

“Fried Chicken or Deviled Egg?” by Scott Sparks

Preface:

Recently, I received a copy of a post by the one and only Ricardo Yates. He made some points concerning the evil in the world along with ourselves. 1,426 more words

Philosophy

Feet & Body

What your feet have touched, your body has not

You are not what you have done

A popular theme in modern TV shows is guilt… 364 more words

Life

Do You Dare Not To Care

Sandymans Quote

“Fearing what others believe keeps ready to concede, until confusion becomes your song you’ll sing it all day long.”