In response to the death of George Floyd, riots have erupted in Minneapolis and spread throughout the United States. However, the coronavirus is still here and protesters are being attacked, despite being peaceful. Find ways to safely demand justice in the comfort of your own home.
Before the start of the quarantine, I had long-since resigned that I am a perfectionist. It’s personality trait that I feel bittersweet about. On the one hand, it has been beneficial to my academic success and self-satisfaction. On the other hand, it has been instrumental-- on many occasions—in the destruction of my mental health. In any case, it was always an inside job. I didn’t set out to “fix” this issue but I found myself coping this past week.
I have been working from home for a while now-- about three weeks to be exact. I am an incredibly meticulous introvert. Almost to a fault. Somehow, I still found myself taking time to evaluate what I was missing in order to get back on track. If you want to avoid the mistakes I made, you may want to:
Depression sucks. I'd know first hand. Diagnosed and everything. Want to know how to beat it? I did. Read my story and understand there is a light at the end of the tunnel. You don't have to be alone in this.
You know when you meet a guy or girl and it goes great. Like all the important things you value in a person are there. Then you finally get the courage to tell your friends how you're so happy and how you can see a future. Then BAM! They fuck up! Maybe your heart eyes expired...read more to find out how to avoid this!