remember those few, rare people who see the you of yous. Talk to them regularly. They are extensions of your own mind and heart.
Category: mental health
Childhood, adulthood, and the architecture of the brain
I always thought of the end of high school as marking the end of childhood. Society tells us we’re an adult when we turn 18, and I believed it. In retrospect, that seems so naive.
It’s easy to slip and fall into a hole
When we grow accustomed to the weekly momentum of life in America and rely on it to dictate our energy levels and motivation and even direction, when we rely on it to keep us in line, in our lane, like the bumpers in bowling alleys that keep our ball from sliding into the gutter …