One of the biggest issues I have as a writer is coming up with enough different ideas to reflect upon or topics to discuss. Seeing as how this is my blog and I can publish anything to my heart’s content, there are no true guidelines or restrictions, but I do set some barriers in my subconscious. I try not to make content repetitive or tiresome. … Continue reading Logic vs. Emotion: Why Do Some People Avoid Feeling?
Like most males, any romantic intentions I have are inevitably followed by a path of destruction with no prejudices. Introspectively, I know what’s wrong with me. I’m in love with the idea of love so much that I force myself to think I’ve fallen into it, only to remain firmly planted on the ground. I keep people close out of fear of losing anyone, no … Continue reading To the Women I’ve Hurt
Everyone is an artist, especially when it comes to love. Millions of people paint, from levels of novice to Michelangelo, the same two pictures depicting love; it is the sorrow of its absence or the elation of its presence. Different colors and brushstrokes make up the works, but the images are the same. This is no coincidence. When a new love overtakes our hearts, it controls … Continue reading Love is Pain and Reconciliation