Dear brain, we need to have a State of the Union conversation. What are you thinking? What do you even want?
I am so tired of hearing pop psych tropes like “you have to love yourself first” and “learn to be alone but not lonely.” It’s easy to love being alone when your man is out of the house for a few hours. It’s easy to love being alone when you’ve just gotten out of a two year relationship and don’t know who you are as a single person.
Wake up alone for a decade with no reason to believe that your situation will change, then tell me how much you love being alone.
Art history: hundreds of years of women listening to men in paintings.
So do you see what I mean
yeah i definitely understand
because its kind of complicated
no I’m with you
ill explain it again
This is a post about how your brain works and develops. It contains science-writing and CAPSLOCK and is slightly educational. At the risk of this being a Captain Awkward Reaction Blog (not that it …
“You can achieve emotional maturity at any age – some earlier than others! Some later than others! – and you usually have to work against some level of social conditioning in order to do so. Your abilities to develop as a person will depend on the tools you were given and the tools you have made for yourself. The more experiences you have, the more you’ll be able to handle future, similar experiences.”
James Franco & Chris O’Dowd rehearsing Of Mice and Men, opening tonight on Broadway.