After reading the letter I thought that Hoon was just scared. His deportation case wasn’t looking good at all, and his ability to find good employment while being labeled an ‘illegal alien’ was getting more and more impossible. Hoon’s always taken it upon himself to take care of me in every way. I know the pain of not being able to live up to his own expectations must have influenced his decision quite a bit.
Technically I'm still married. I guess I'm considered separated now. That's what my profile on Facebook says.
The question comes to me with no answer attached
Here's a short list of five adorable animals you may never have considered having as a pet...before today, that is. Maybe you'll be like me and put a few of these on your "when I'm rich and famous pet goals" list.
If anyone had told me two years ago that "stress is optional," I would have rolled my eyes and then asked them what they're selling. But here's the truth of it—where you can't control your initial emotional response to stress, you can control the thoughts and decisions you make in response. When I first began practicing the techniques I will share here, it was very difficult to change the automatic responses I had wired my brain to make. However, I put the practice to the test every day and every time I remembered to. It wasn't long before I rewired my brain so that my automatic response to stress was to remain calm and think things through.
Feeling blue is a normal part of life. Maybe you didn't get the promotion you worked so hard for or you were let down by your best friend. Maybe you just feel like you're in a funk for no reason at all. Whatever the reason for your low mood, you can rest assured that we've all been there. It's normal and perfectly okay to be sad, but you don't have to just sit on the couch binge watching Netflix and eating way too much ice cream. There are many simple things you can do to get yourself out of your funk.