I’ve always seen everything happens for a reason as a bit more spiritual and I think that’s fine. I think the problem is when people forget that things don’t just happen, you’ve still gotta do something.
This sounds good but ultimately means nothing because not everyone’s definition of “healthy” is the same.
My skin cleared up in a major way when I switched to a paleo-ish diet with more fish and organ meats. Although I’m sure some lifestyle changes helped too (showering only when necessary, getting better sleep, meditation, etc).
I think there’s a big difference between performing authenticity and just genuinely being your authentic self. People didn’t find Hilary authentic and they certainly feel the same about Gillibrand.
People found Bernie and Trump exciting for a reason.
I’m not sure who could answer this, but I wonder what they’re doing once they leave? Are they fulfilling those critical fields (healthcare, education, energy, etc) or are they finding lucrative careers in other areas?
This is so awesome! I’m so glad you found it helpful. I still think about how great that experience was with Deb. Every man was so darn aggressive and I really hope more women change that industry for the better!
Best of luck! ❤
I’m really happy to see that you pointed this out. It’s something that is, surprisingly, elevated within the gay community. There’s a lot of policing of any behavior that deviates from traditional masculine behaviors. And when you’re gay you have more than just ridicule by peers to fear.
I work with college students and it’s super depressing to walk into spaces where everyone has their head down. Can’t even tell you the number of classrooms I walk by to see kids falling asleep or texting behind their laptop screens. And I can fully say I was guilty of this stuff too when I was in school.