Closure from Others isn’t a Guarantee

Where did the idea of seeking closure from the people who have hurt us come from? It seems like a waste of time because it hardly ever goes the way we envision and sometimes leaves us in a worse place. Certain things are better for us not to know and to just leave alone. Knowing… Continue reading Closure from Others isn’t a Guarantee

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Every Time I come back to New York for Break

Every time I come home for break, it is an interesting personal experience. I always have readjust to my old home like I am a guest because things feel so different. It takes me a while to remember my old routine and figure out how to navigate it. My room has no cohesive deign look.… Continue reading Every Time I come back to New York for Break

Two Weeks of Anger

While I was reading one of counseling books, it was going over polarities which is a component of Gesalt theory. In a very short summary, polarities are the two extremes where people tend to fall. For instance, adult vs. child, loving vs. hateful, strong vs. weak, etc. Polarities could be used for any type of… Continue reading Two Weeks of Anger

Music is Powerful

In my opinion, the power of music is honestly not talked enough. The right song, artist, sound, and/or genre can really transcend you to a completely different place, some good and some bad. Songs from your past can take you on a nostalgic ride and take you back to the exact moment you first heard… Continue reading Music is Powerful

The Idea of Forgiveness is Subjective

Forgiveness is a personal experience that varies among people. Some people need to forgive to move on while others can move on and go about their lives without it. It is a personal choice that people should not feel pressured to rush into or even feel like they must forgive. Rushing or forcing people to… Continue reading The Idea of Forgiveness is Subjective