I loved and then lost. The memory of his powerfully resilient spirit shall remain with and inspire me forever more.
Accepting oneself is difficult. Coming out as gay in a world that does not accept you can make this process even harder. Join me for Part 4 of my letter to a man who knows this firsthand.
Accepting oneself is difficult. Coming out as gay in a world that does not accept you can make this process even harder. Join me for Part 3 of my letter to a man who knows this firsthand.
Coming out as gay is hard. Coming out as a gay man to the woman you love is even harder. This is a letter for a man I will always love… even though it became too confusing for him to continue loving me back.
Today’s post serves as a good reminder of what can happen when we waste time worrying about what others think about us. We are greater than the opinions and potential criticisms of others.
An inside look at one person’s ongoing experience with depression.
Moving on from a once loving relationship is often easier said than done.
The pain that lingers after traumatic life events can be long lasting and deeply rooted. Still, it is possible to heal one day at a time.
Learning to cope with the loss of what could have been by looking forward to what can still be.
How is there a legitimately recognized phobia for the fear of foil, but NOT infidelity? This is an outrage.