humanity

For better or for worse, relationships reveal the core of the human condition.

  • Rowan Finley
    Published 2 months ago
    Gift Ideas for an INTJ

    Gift Ideas for an INTJ

    When gift shopping, it can be difficult to know what to buy someone with an INTJ personality type. However, here is a brief list to help spark some ideas for you if you have either an INTJ spouse, parent, or friend who you are trying to buy for:
  • Eva N
    Published 2 months ago
    Me and My 'Under the Bed' Monsters

    Me and My 'Under the Bed' Monsters

    Hi, it's me again. I heard someone saying, "You can't move forward if you are stuck in the past." It's like traveling and seeing new things, places, and people, but with a huge heavy bag on your shoulders. It can be pretty abducting.
  • Ocean Mom
    Published 2 months ago
    Hello, It's Me

    Hello, It's Me

    Here I am. A woman in my mid-40s, in a common-law relationship of seven years (married, basically), and a mother of two beautiful, amazing young daughters. I've had the same stable job for the last 10 years. On paper, everything looks good, right? Or does it?
  • Brian Anonymous
    Published 2 months ago
    Lack of Money Is the Root of All Evil

    Lack of Money Is the Root of All Evil

    I heard this phrase from a financial guru named Dan Lok. I thought it was preposterous at first but in the end it kind of made sense.
  • Naomi Kate
    Published 2 months ago
    People of the Night: Joe John
  • Tiara Jade
    Published 2 months ago
    "What Are You?"

    "What Are You?"

    As a young child I never questioned my cultural background. Mom was from Trinidad and Dad was from Guyana. That made me half and half. I knew I was Caribbean; I liked soca and reggae, and roti and curry anything was my favourite food to eat. It was as simple as that. I never looked at myself as anything other than what I was.
  • Kaye M.
    Published 2 months ago
    She Fell Apart

    She Fell Apart

    She fell apart.
  • Teela Hudak
    Published 2 months ago
    How Does Materialism Impact Our Relationships?

    How Does Materialism Impact Our Relationships?

    We live in a very materialistic world. In many parts of North America, there is a heavy pressure for people to have stuff. Some people measure success by what possessions a person has and are able to get. Many assumptions and judgments are made about our relationships based on how successful the partner we’ve chosen is. There are also a lot of people who assume that some people pursue certain partners purely on materialistic considerations.
  • Eric Durland
    Published 2 months ago
    Living the Myth

    Living the Myth

    One revelation that I've recently come to, derived from a question I've pondered greatly—that had been asked of the legendary Joseph Campbell in an interview he'd done—revolved around if we are, in the present, creating myths. And the revelation I've come to is that we ourselves, right here and right now, are living a myth—we are the myth.
  • LeAnn Murch
    Published 2 months ago
    Finding Faults

    Finding Faults

    Once in your life to make you never want to get your hopes up again; I don't believe anyone is born a pessimist, I think it's how we're raised, and all those little disappointments that make us doubt everything in life. Someone who has had good come out of bad becomes an optimistic person because they've had their tragic moments turned into something great. But we're not all that lucky in life.
  • Rick Beneteau
    Published 2 months ago
    The Bulging Right Pocket

    The Bulging Right Pocket

    It was one of the worst periods of time in my life.
  • Rowan Finley
    Published 2 months ago
    Reasons to Admire the ESTP Personality Type