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Harsh Reality

Harsh Reality

I remember back in college where life had a sense of structure and stability. I just had to go to class, do my homework, take tests, go to work and then I had the luxury of doing whatever I wanted (granted, I had limited free time in those days). My college experience taught me a lot of things, both in the classroom and because I was living on my own in those four special years I will never forget. The…

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Never Alone

Never Alone

I used to be Mr. Lonely all of the time. Too reluctant to admit my own desolation, I tried to put up a front that everything was OK for me, that everything was all good when they weren’t.

Never Alone

Never Alone

I used to be Mr. Lonely all of the time. Too reluctant to admit my own desolation, I tried to put up a front that everything was OK for me, that everything was all good when they weren’t.

A Boneheaded Mistake

A Boneheaded Mistake

Well, now I’ve gone and done it. Fact is, everyone has some skeletons in their closets that they are ashamed of, but I just put a fresh set of bones inside my own closet the other day. The kicker is, I didn’t even have to throw that skeleton in, but circumstances led to it due to misunderstandings.

Empathy Expectations

Empathy Expectations

I may be happier as a person on the outside, but I realize now that I am still vulnerable on the inside. It’s strange how a simple situation can erupt into a total mess. One thing is said, and the next thing I know I am doing something that I now regret.

Empathy Expectations

Empathy Expectations

I may be happier as a person on the outside, but I realize now that I am still vulnerable on the inside. It’s strange how a simple situation can erupt into a total mess. One thing is said, and the next thing I know I am doing something that I now regret.