Each one of us has our way of thinking, reacting, and executing. Sometimes it’s good to take someone’s advice, but sometimes some people can come on too strong and it feels like they’re just shoving a tablespoon of information down your throat.
Losing someone isn’t an easy thing to get over. You instantly remember all the good times, although there were bad ones now and then, and quickly try to understand how life will be without this person from now on.
We learn from all our failures and our successes. The past molds us to become stronger to take on tougher challenges that we will face in the future. It also defines us; it defines the person that you are. Each one of us carries a unique story that can change us for good or for bad.
Despite my weight, sexual orientation, religion, or ethnicity, I have the right to be loved in an equal manner. These categories don’t define the person that I am or the work that I do. They’re just irrelevant labels that just don’t make sense nowadays as the world is a changing place that’s constantly evolving and…