Category Archives: self esteem

You Can Keep Your Opinion

I’m continuously baffled by the things that come out of other people’s mouths. You can keep your opinion, but I don’t need it. I’m talking about the small, petty things- things that are meant to critique others, bring them down, … Continue reading

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No, I’m Not On A Diet

Over the past eight years I haven’t quite accepted the identity of being a “sober person.” Yet.  So, that’s why I’m writing about it. My thoughts about it have wavered; at times, I was accepting of myself, and at others, … Continue reading

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Strong Enough To Love The Flaws

While living in New York I broke up with a filmmaker who lived in the East Village.  After a few months of dating, he told me I was “nothing but trouble and problems,” only to proceed to say how lucky … Continue reading

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Positive People: Actions Speak Louder Than Words

“Stay positive” is a common term loosely used in day-to-day life, often by people who say they’re positive, yet act the opposite. Although the power of our thoughts and words are a major component in personal growth, the way one … Continue reading

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