I thought to myself, “Well, that was different. I guess that’s who I am now.”
No one has to validate your happiness. You just have to feel it.
My son is not a worst-case-scenario. He’s the realest human being I’ve ever met.
I have a lot to do. I’m thinking about it now as I write this.
Although rarely talked about, it’s one of the strangest parts of parenting.
Could you still get up, move forward, and grow?
Here’s the twist. I don’t wonder that.
I guess I’m supposed to be wiser now. After all, I’m 40.
We use phrases like “they love me in their own way” or “deep down, he means well”…
The problem was that I was seeing my life as a movie.