How do we not adapt to this generations being of normalizing toxic things? - @Derananicole
Hey, great question! It's not just our generation that's looking for an escape, things that can be considered toxic have been around forever. The way I see it, anything in excess is toxic and everything is fine in moderation. So many people are without purpose that they gravitate towards anything that keeps them sane, numb, or feeling alive. The only way to not adapt is to be solid and live in your purpose daily, showing others that it's possible for them to do the same.
Help! I'm in love with a married man… - Anonymous *I know this person, this is a real scenario*
Hey, before anything I want you to know your feelings are valid, you can't control them and the only thing you can control is how you act on them. I'm a firm believer that you can't help who you fall in love with, but this is a classic situation of the rock being the hard place. You can't expect commitment from someone who can't give you complete access to themselves ( I'd say the same thing if he was emotionally unavailable and single). Reciprocity is the root of any relationship that's worth it, you can't bank on the potential of him to sustain his part because he shouldn't have put you in this situation to begin with. You'd never be happy with only having part of him, and how you get them is how they leave. I know you'd never want to hurt another woman so I'm nothing has gone too far. Things might hurt for a while, but you never know what the future holds. I suggest working on yourself for the time being so when someone comes along ( and someone will come along) your heart is open and accepting! Write back in, I'd love to share with my readers how everything turns out!
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