I like people who show excitement about their lives—maybe because my emotions are written on my face, and I like it when I can tell what other people are feeling too. My friend Paul is one of those people that embraces his happiness and shows the world. You can just feel the goodness when you . . . → Read More: The Price of Stagnancy
As a blog writer, I have embraced the excitement I feel when readers interact with me via commentary. You can see, however, that I have received very few comments, so the excitement gets sort of bottled up until I am notified that I have one. Today, my message box alerted me that I had one . . . → Read More: Countering the Commentary
I am going to make my first attempt at answering the jealousy question. What jealousy question, do you ask? Scroll down and read the “Top Ten Questions” posted below. If you are too lazy to scroll down, I would typically be inclined to say, “Sack up and do it, slacker.” However, tonight, I am feeling . . . → Read More: Jealousy #1
Two years ago, the idea of non-monogamy was still just a theory in my head; I hadn’t conceived how to practically apply it to my life. I had many questions about non-monogamy that I wanted to answer before the theory could conceptualize into practical application, and I decided to begin with my romantic side, and . . . → Read More: What About Love?
I have always had a crush on Jay Gatsby. And I have always latently blamed the late, Great Gatsby for my initial campaign against traditional marriage. You see, when I was a fifteen-year-old high school English student, I couldn’t help but advocate for Gatsby’s cause and create my first critique on the institution of marital . . . → Read More: A little about me.