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  • Anna Cruz
    Published 2 days ago
    Losing A Loved One

    Losing A Loved One

    As humans unfortunately we will lose so many important people in our life. Some of us go through it too often and others from time to time. Its never easy losing a special person in our life , whether we know it may happen because of a disease or it happens unexpectedly . Never will it be easy to think that the people we have now will someday be gone or maybe we will go first , who knows. Death to me was something that I personally am not afraid of for myself , but if I do lose someone that I am close to and know so well I dread for that day . Thankfully I was able to grow up with my parents , grandparents ,siblings , and my extended family . Losing someone very close wasn't something that I really dealt with until I was 19 years old but even though I did lose someone close at a later age I still had to see some of my relatives go through personal heartbreak with them losing a very close loved one. Seeing them through that heartbreak made me see that life can be fragile and its short no matter how long you get to live. Death isn't something we ever want to live with but again its part of life .
  • taylor norris
    Published 2 days ago
    what i long for

    what i long for

    this may sound really girly or cliché but i honestly just sit and think about what i want in my future boyfriend/spouse, that is if anyone ever decides they would like to deal with me for the rest of their life lol. but i have wrote a couple of things down that i would like to share with all of you just out of fun, maybe we share some of the things we look for in our future significant other... keep in mind this is all just my opinion and what I, personally, find important.
  • taylor norris
    Published 2 days ago
    you know when you're in love

    you know when you're in love

    so this is my first blog and i want to talk about something that every teenager goes through at least once in their life: heart-break. now i know it's not the most inspiring and happy topic, but i just want to share my experiences and how i managed and coped with it, and maybe it will give hope or peace to whoever reads this.
  • Mary Slattery
    Published 2 days ago
    Sail

    Sail

    It’s strange and frustrating and intimate, being an hour late but the first to arrive. Anyone that knows me knows I’m a stickler for punctuality but for social engagements, I generally make an exception. Something about walking in alone and having no one waiting on the inside with the rest of the world enjoying the company of their friends and family makes me uncomfortable. So for Emily’s birthday, I thought arriving an hour late would suffice. I even waited in the parking lot for twenty minutes, considering who might already be there. Walking into the bar, I fell in love with it a little bit.
  • Bradley Knight
    Published 2 days ago
    A Modern-day Alpha male life

    A Modern-day Alpha male life

    I first started watching Aaron's videos when I was in year 9, so when I was 12/13. At this time in my life, there was an array of negativity in my life. Abuse from my father, domestic violence towards my mum, a terrible divorce, custody battles, social service and even police intervention, and who could forget my onset teenage angst.
  • Faith Yongo
    Published 3 days ago
    The bad blind date

    The bad blind date

    I just couldn’t resist sharing this story from the dating files… I knew the date was going to go wrong from the beginning when the hostess at the restaurant held the door open for us and my date snuck in the door in front of me. He insisted that we share an appetizer that he swore was the greatest piece of food he had ever tasted. Given that we had never met, I was a little uncomfortable with this. To make matters worse, he ate directly from the plate with his hands and licked his fingers between bites. Ew. This wouldn’t have been terribly disturbing, except that he kept sticking his finger in his nose. Ew squared.