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Challenge: Rise or Fall

“Fall in love.” Fall (verb): move downward, typically rapidly and freely without control, from a higher to a lower level. Fall (noun):an act of falling or collapsing; a sudden uncontrollable descent. Hm…why is it so appealing to fall in love again? … Continue reading

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Lock & Key

To My Unborn Son(s), I love you so much, and I haven’t even met you yet. I shutter even thinking about the responsibility of raising you to be a great person, because I always feel there is some piece of wisdom … Continue reading

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To The People I Love

I get it. You are afraid of being alone. I understand. I have been alone for four years, so I know all too well the trials it comes with. I understand the lonely nights and the empty spaces in your … Continue reading

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Perfection is Overrated

Sometimes when we make a mistake we get caught up thinking about the past. We spend so much time dwelling on what we did; we neglect the possibility of moving forward. We find it daunting to try to pick up … Continue reading

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The Luxury of Not Knowing

What if we could all get a gimpse into the future? I wonder what would happen if we could see a preview of who we are meant to be with. Would we still have an interest in our current crushes? … Continue reading

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We Text. We Flirt. He Sends Mixed Signals.

In July, I made a conscious decision to get back on the dating scene. In September, I’m ready to get back on the “single and keeping it that way” scene. I’m not a very patient woman, so you might be … Continue reading

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Wise Counsel or Foolish Judgement

I was once asked, “When your friend gets into a relationship, what role do you play in things?” I wasn’t sure how to answer this at first, because I just thought it was obvious that you don’t play a role … Continue reading

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Rear View Mirror

Two weeks ago I posted about “cracked doors,” because I feel that has been relevant to my life lately. Within the past few weeks several guys I have dated reached out to me to attempt to rekindle an old, dead … Continue reading

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No More Cracked Doors

  “Close some doors. Not because of pride, incapacity, or arrogance, but simply because they no longer lead somewhere.”  -Paul Coelho

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It’s Not About What You Lose

Love is…restrictive? It has been brought to my attention that I must grow in my view of love. For a long time, I thought of love in the negative. Don’t get me wrong, I know love is a beautiful thing. I … Continue reading

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