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Hurt People Hurt People

Considering my relationship history, I completely understand that getting relationship advice from me must sound like getting financial advice from a person who bankrupted a few times. (Like a former president or something.) Or getting a root canal by your local butcher. And maybe, getting singing lessons from Paris Hilton.

I get it.

But the truth is, you can also learn from others’ mistakes. The person giving the advice doesn’t need to be the achiever of whatever they’re talking about. They can at least tell you “what not to do” as they firsthand experienced…




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Engin Doganay

Engin Doganay

Songwriter; published many songs in professional studio albums. Member of MSG (Musical Work Owners Association) @engindoganay

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