Soo,

Bout to get REAL real up in this blitch.

….

(I just tried to mash “blog” and “bitch” like a bitch blog…blitch…cuz of the expression — Ok I’m 👀🤐)

I’m a person who’s always the first to leave…at least emotionally. It’s not hard for me to decide “oh, ok. This how it is. Alright imma dip right about NOW, I wish you all the best(usually)”

This tendency saves me from a lot of hurt in many situations but I also think it keeps me from getting really deep with someone. I’m a very open, transparent, forward, honest, candid person…


The correfoc by MSNBC

Corre — what?

C-o-r-r-e-f-o-c. From the sounds of it, the correfoc would consist of running and…something inappropriate, but that deduction was made based on my meager Spanish skills and the unnecessary addition of a similar sounding english word. Anyway, that’s where we were headed and I really had no idea what to expect. Thankfully I wore my tennis shoes because, God knows, Jessica, Jennifer and I were always late. We hopped off the line four of the metro, pausing momentarily to get our bearings, and joined a bustle of people headed up towards the surface streets. I wondered how long it would take…


Photo by Guillaume de Germain on Unsplash

On Empathy and Adoption

Let me take you back about two years. It was 11 at night and I’m sitting at a table at a café with my best friend Emily. She and I are both adopted and have adopted siblings. Our families are big and our siblings have traumatic backgrounds including prenatal exposure to hard drugs, sexual abuse, neglect, and fetal alcohol syndrome. The reason why Emily is my best friend is because she just gets it. We both experienced the guilt of being the “normal” babies of the family. …


Looking at the Effects of Social Media on Social Interaction Through Science and Symbolic Interactionism

Participating on social media websites is among the most common activities of today’s children and adolescents. Any website that includes social interaction is considered a social media site, including sites such as Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter; and video games/virtual worlds such as Sims, Animal Crossing, Minecraft. Sites such as these “offer today’s youth and adults a portal for entertainment and communication and have grown exponentially in recent years” (O’keeffe). For this reason, many have grown wary of the nature of social media sites, given that not all of them are healthy environments for adolescents.

Twitter, and Instagram have changed…


“It makes sense that internalized racism and self-hate stand in the way of love.” — Bell Hooks

The article under review is “Living to Love”, written by Bell Hooks, an author who refers to herself as a “black woman intellectual” and a “revolutionary activist” (Hooks 1993). The piece demonstrates the importance of love and what it means to the black community and specifically to black women. As Hooks analyzes the definitions of love thought up by the bible and other writers, she creates an understanding of what love is and why it is essential. …

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