Lessons In My 20s #3

I have consciously taught myself to stop apologizing for my ability to access and understand my emotions. It isn’t over-sensitivity. It is strength that a lot of people wish they have.


I heard something really ridiculous today. It was only ridiculous because it’s an infamous lie. 
She said, “It’s not you, it’s me. I just want to find myself, I’m lost right now”
Self-discovery is amazing and I believe at some point in life, we all have to embark on this journey but when you use that as an excuse to get out of a situation just because you’re a coward and can’t confront it, then it becomes an issue. Personally, it infuriates me. I’m sure a lot of people feel the same way. You place someone’s heart on a chopping board, take them on an emotional roller coaster more than once and that’s the line you want to use? I’m sorry, that’s low.