At least that’s what I’m afraid you’ll think of me.
For my entire life, I’ve been scared that if I told people what I really thought or what I really believed, I would end up hurting them and looking like a jerk.
I wouldn’t tell people I thought marriage makes relationships harder, the nuclear family makes us lonely or I don’t give two fucks about their new car.
Then one day I discovered blogging.
I could write whatever I wanted and people could agree, disagree, or reject it all together. The more I shared, the more people would thank me for sharing — not because I was speaking “truth”, but because I didn’t give in to the pressure to always play nice.
Maybe now more than ever, we need people who are willing to share their opinions, even if it makes other people uncomfortable. Each Wednesday I send out a new article to my readers, and I’ve also created a Facebook group where we discuss the topics in depth.
I hope that this blog challenges you to think about your beliefs, but more than that, I hope it encourages you to say what you need to say.
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– Jan 17, 2018 –
I Want You To Like Me [Poem]
– Jan 10, 2018 –
5 Simple Ways to Have More Intimacy in Your Friendships
– Jan 3, 2018 –
On Public Shaming and the Death of Civilized Discourse