It’s been a while since I’ve blogged, so this will be a pretty lengthy post on various topics over the past month.
Getting involved in the search on the web-front was an experience in itself. Got involved after seeing how hard her friends and family were looking for her and I did what I did out of hope others would do the same for other people who need help, strangers or not. Definitely learned a lot about […]
Being sick these past few days has given me ample time to let my mind wander with little consequence. It’s amazing how a previously unconscious thought or idea can become forefront in our conscious mind when we do a bit of self-mind analysis. This blog post is about interests and parental figures, and how to […]
Reassurance is a double-edged blade. Why? There are a couple of facets to this thought: needing reassurance and giving reassurance. Needing reassurance. This isn’t the main thing about this entry, but I just wanted to touch on it. There is a spectrum of needing reassurance: Low = Medium = High. Needing reassurance and self-confidence levels negatively […]
Okay, maybe tragedies is an extreme example, but an observation is that people throw away their differences, almost always, during hardships and when facing a common “enemy”. Examples include 9/11, the Japan tsunami, terrorist attacks, a death of a loved one, a really brutal exam (study group anyone?), and other examples that fall anywhere on […]