We’ve all fallen victim to engaging in a situationship. Sometimes you don’t know you’re in one until it’s over. You get to know someone, you make plans, and create inside jokes. Then, one day the feeling isn’t the same. The openness of “getting to know each other” becomes inconvenient. The other people you both consider … More Why Situationship Break-Ups Hurt
Incident after incident keeps popping up and I am sick of it. “Karens” are popping up everywhere there is a camera to record them. For those that are not familiar with “Karens”, this has become the nickname for white women who have been perpetuating racist behavior and seniority over a situation and then trying to … More Tired of The “Karens”
Guest article provided courtesy of: Going by the old school definition of what domestic abuse and violence can be is a major crippling factor to the level of help victims can get. This is why the definition has been expanded to mean cases of control and power play that could lead to negative psychological, … More Digital Abuse: How Technology Can Help Victims/ Survivors of Domestic Abuse
It was a Friday night and for the first time out of my four years in high school, I was actually getting to experience a night out like the ones you see in all the movies about high school kids. I was always the quiet one in school who barely went out so I thought … More How A Sexual Assault Changed Me Sexually
Hey guys, I have been doing a lot of soul searching in 2017. It is almost a new year and I have definitely realized a lot of areas I need improvement in. Therefore, I compiled this list of things I want to refrain from doing in 2018. Please read through my list and before the … More 21 Things I’m Not Doing in 2018
At a very young age my dad tried to teach me about trust. My father would say “Micky, trust no one.” He went on to ask me “Do you trust me?” I’d say, “Yes your my dad!” He’d look at me dead in my eyes and say “I just told you not to trust anyone.” Years … More Do You Trust Me?