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Stop limiting yourself

We all have fears. It's perfectly normal. The problem is that fears block us from what we want. It's much easier to avoid these fears and stay in our comfort zones. Unfortunately, you cannot grow unless you are willing to face... Continue Reading →

I do it for me

There are some people who believe that women wear high heels to show off our butts for men to enjoy, that we paint our faces to look prettier for men, that we lure men with scents or/and we change our... Continue Reading →

Going Nuclear

I have Graves Disease, which is an incurable autoimmune illness. The Graves Disease caused my body to develop Hyperthyroidism.  This part is treatable by either killing or removing the thyroid. I have been taking medication to calm the hyperthyroidism for... Continue Reading →

My body, My Choice

We are in the 21st century.  The freedom to dress as one wishes without receiving criticism from unknown people should be ingrained into society. It sounds so basic: my body, my choice. What is so difficult to understand?  Every choice... Continue Reading →

Introverts & Birthday Wishes

Most introverts are okay with quietly honouring our birthday on our own or with a group of friends we’ve carefully selected. We don’t have to let the world know, unfortunately, we don't always get this wish. Like many business places,... Continue Reading →

The Pursuit of Happiness

Everyone wants to be happy. Happiness cannot depend on someone else. It has to come from within you. Easier said than done, right? The lifelong pursuit of happiness, on the other hand, is more elusive; it’s not based on a... Continue Reading →

Nothing to Prove

We are putting a lot of pressure on our shoulders to have a certain life and live a certain way, competing with others and ourselves to achieve our goals as fast as possible. The problem is that this competition is... Continue Reading →

Dating Advice I Proved Wrong

Growing up and even in adulthood I have received a lot of advice on dating and relationship. I'm glad I didn't change who I was in order to have a relationship at all cost. I am now marrying a man... Continue Reading →

Dating – Who pays the tab?

21st century etiquette says that the host pays the tab regardless of gender. This means the person who asked for the date pays. Some may prefer to split the cost of a first date so that no one feels indebted... Continue Reading →

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