It's like this: I'm terrified of love.
And yet, it's the one thing I want most. Makes sense, though. We're often the most afraid of that which we truly want. Why? Because sometimes just the idea of knowing you might actually get what you want is terrifying.
For 32 years, I never wanted love. I wanted nothing to do with commitment or being open or vulnerable. I didn't know until recently th
Fear of the dark is common and an almost universal fear for at least a part of our lives (usually some part of our childhood). Though it's not so much the dark that we fear, but the unknown -those scary things that light be hiding i... Read Post
There's no way to structure this coherently. They are random observations that might help explain the mental processes. But often, I think that we look at the academic problems of poverty and have no idea of the why. We know the wha... Read Post