No, your eyes didn’t trick you. Yes, this is another post about Netflix.
Most of us have some sort of belief about what happens after death. Heaven is a popular belief, though I’ve realized that “heaven” looks like a lot of different things to different people. Another popular thought is that nothing happens at all. Death is the end of the soul, if there is such a thing. On that note, this post is not religion-based in the slightest.
As happens to a lot of people who are grieving, I had a dream about my loved one. Continue reading What If The Afterlife Isn’t What We Thought?
Between old favorites, catching up on just-released seasons, and the (many) highly anticipated Netflix shows, it’s not difficult to see why we all binge. I can’t think of a single person who doesn’t binge watch in some form, whether it be Netflix, Hulu, channel-specific websites, Prime, or illegal streaming.
Some people consider “binge watching” as Continue reading 101 Reasons Why Netflix is Bad for You
We’ve all seen pictures of a girl huddled in a dark room. Sometimes her legs are curled up to her chest, or her arms wrapped around her torso in a sort of self-hug. She probably has messy hair and a mascara-streaked face. But is that really what it looks like in real life?
Is it remotely possible that there is more to depression than society has the time to acknowledge?
Written by John, a guest writer
This is my story of overcoming depression.
Thank you for always being there for me. Whenever I needed to talk or vent about something, you were always there to lend an ear. As you know, it’s difficult for me to make friends, but the fact that I had you was always a comfort. I knew that I could always trust you and tell you anything I needed to get off my chest. When I thought I had no one else, there you were, eager to step in and make life better. Continue reading To The Friend That Stuck Around