Is it Possible to Have a Life You Love, Let Alone, Like?

From a young age, life is planned out for many us by our parents and by society. As young as three years old, you’re sent to school where you spend the majority of your time for years to come. While in school, you learn how to interact with your peers, how to make friends, how to make sure you have someone to sit with at lunch (we’ve seen enough movies to know what happens if you don’t), how to impress your crush (What Would Kelly Kapowski Do?), how to get “in” with the cool kids or not piss them off- oh and also how to read, how to write, how to do your multiplication tables, and anything else you needed to survive the first 18 years of your life.

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Wellness

It’s four-o’clock in the morning, and you’re still over-thinking and over-analyzing that minor mishap from days ago, wondering why you’re unable of letting things go. The next day, when asked to make a decision, you’re rethinking your every choice. Haven’t you always been wrong? Your love life is very indicative of that, and if asked for advice, you would most likely start every sentence with a self-deprecating remark because someone with your track record should veer away from steering others. Finally, it hits you, the moment of clarity that perhaps you’ve been waiting for since the moment you started having thoughts clouded with self-doubt and actions marred with unease: you decide to ask for help. 

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