“My PIN number to this day is my second grade best friends birthday. There are people I don’t talk to anymore whose families are still in my prayers. There are shirts I wear to bed from exes of 8 years ago who are married now with kids. And I haven’t found a macaroni salad recipe better than my college boyfriend’s moms’. Our lives are made up of so many people and when people become parts of our lives, some parts remain long after they leave. And in the same exact way, it’s comforting to know there are so many lives you’re still a part of that you have no idea about.”
Why, why, what a terrible time to be alive if you’re prone to overthinking
Why, why, what a terrible time to be alive if you’re prone to second-guessing
The note is cute and down right admirable, especially because of the maturity exuded from a 6yo. But I confess I am also here for the comments… “When the 6 yo gets it but the republicans don’t.” 😂
[…] most people never feel “successful enough.” The high only lasts a day or two, and then it’s on to the next goal. Psychologists call this the hedonic treadmill, in which satisfaction wears off almost immediately and we must run on to the next reward to avoid the feeling of falling behind.