gray, fabric walls,
square tile ceiling,
people barely breathing.
Overpriced office chair
Lucky to have steady income
lucky to have a job
lucky you can work
lucky you have benefits
lucky you get paid vacation and sick time
I just had another revelation! I have been on numerous dates since my last relationship ended 5 years ago, and I’ve analyzed myself, my dates, the dating pool, etc. trying to decipher a reason why I hadn’t met anyone who I wanted more with and who wanted more with me. Why there hadn’t been any sparks flying or, more accurately, why I haven’t met anyone I am compatible with or can see myself having a relationship with. Continue reading I Don’t Want To Give of Myself
I used to daydream about a perfect wedding, a nice house, a job I’d love, raising a herd of kids
Now I daydream about selling it all, leaving it all, seeing the world unfettered by material things. Continue reading New Dreams
Passive-aggressive behavior seems to be synonymous with being MN Nice. People SEEM so nice, because they always smile even when they’re seething inside, they don’t speak harshly to anyone and they avoid direct confrontation. But under this “nice” exterior, things aren’t all that nice. They mask their true feelings and motivations with over-the-top niceness while letting their true thoughts and feelings boil under the surface, sometimes seeping out slowly in sarcastic or manipulative ways, other times erupting in explosive and unhealthy fights when they can no longer keep it all in.
Here are a few examples of passive-aggressive behavior for those who are unsure what the term means: Continue reading MN Nice