365 Days of Self Discovery: Your Past

4.10.19 Day 34 If you have siblings, how is your relationship with them? Has it changed now that you’re adults? I have two younger brothers. My youngest brother (10) and myself are very close and love spending time together, he’s my best friend and brother all in one. Our personalities differ but at the sameContinue reading “365 Days of Self Discovery: Your Past”

365 Days of Self Discovery: Feelings & Emotions

2.05.19 Day 37 What causes you to be anxious? Running late Starting a new job moving to a new location (new state, city, new roommates, etc) traveling someplace new on my own being in crowded spaces having to make difficult decisions not feeling financially secure or having to worry about finances/bills driving in bad weatherContinue reading “365 Days of Self Discovery: Feelings & Emotions”

365 Days of self Discovery: Feelings & Emotions

1.12.19 ┬áDay 13 Do you believe crying is a healthy outlet for negative emotions? What makes you cry? When I was younger, crying was a reaction I had to many things that were negative, mostly when I was trouble, I did it a lot. My mom disliked when I cried, she would always tell meContinue reading “365 Days of self Discovery: Feelings & Emotions”

365 Days of Self Discovery: Day 109

12.20.18 Do you easily give up on things? Why is this? Yes and no. I learned at a young age that in whatever I choose to do (sports, music, school activities/clubs) regardless if I was good or not, that I wouldn’t give up but finish til the end & always give it my all. SameContinue reading “365 Days of Self Discovery: Day 109”

When Drama comes starts knocking, I leave the door closed

Good drama, is a poor excuse to have drama Ya know what I have come to realize, that some people need drama to thrive on friendships, need drama to feel a purpose and rely on drama to gain some of kind insight on other people’s lives — me on the other hand, I don’t needContinue reading “When Drama comes starts knocking, I leave the door closed”