With lots of social media posts and a stream of 24-hour news, it’s hard to understand what news is real and what isn’t. Checking social media for the latest news is easy, but social media is for connection, not reliable political news. Many of us rely on social media platforms as a news source because we’re lazy about researching important issues and events ourselves. We simply don’t care enough to diligently research political news ourselves. Instead, we rely heavily on what
You may be uncertain about things in your life right now, feeling unsure about life as a whole, even, wondering when that uncertainty will end. Even if you’re feeling like a failure, feeling unaccomplished, and feeling like the worst person in the world right now, just remember you are loved. You may feel lost and don’t know what to do. You’re possibly thinking to yourself, “Can anyone love me at this time in my life?” If you feel alone and unlovable right now, remember that
We all say, “I’m sorry,” far more often than we should. In fact, I do it all the time — even when I did nothing wrong. I usually say those words because I feel bad that something happened to someone I love or because I genuinely feel sorry for something I did. Unfortunately, most of us use “sorry” like it’s a magic word. During our childhood, we learned that an apology magically freed us from any trouble. We learned to say, “I’m sorry,” because the other person would instantl
I am a person with a disability. I have cerebral palsy and am an amputee as well as a wheelchair user. My mom is very over-protective of her four kids, especially me, her daughter with a disability. My dad is not so over-protective, and for that, I’m grateful and appreciative.
I still currently live at home. Recently, there was an instance where my brother needed to help me with my phone. I needed him to make adjustments to my phone case so I could access my stylus independen