Where do you find your identity? In your looks? In your grades? In the groups you're a part of? All too often, we can define ourselves by external factors, by how we look or what we do. We tend to rely on others' perceptions of
We’ve all heard it a million times: don’t compare yourself to others on the internet.
Yet, the reality is that it is much, much easier said than done. Thanks to a seemingly never-ending stream of social networks, we live in a world where we’re constantly bombarded
I hope I’m not alone when I say that dating is not my thing. Though I don’t believe that I’m an awkward person, there’s something about the first few dates with someone new that makes my skin crawl. Do you open the door? Does he?
“Oh, do you know them?”
“I know who they are.”
A difference in semantics that disguises a greater truth that I fear is slowly taking over our culture: we don’t know each other.
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