Sunday, June 10, 2012


It's hard, especially when you are young or inexperienced to use extreme language.  If you've never felt real heartbreak, the first time a meaningful relationship ends can feel like the worst thing ever to happen.  But, those of us who've been there and back, know that it's not.

Today you will likely be tempted to make something bigger out of a task or experience than what is necessary, what is beneficial.  Whether in writing or in your daily speak, try to say what is for a day.  Not what might be, not what you're afraid could be, but what is.  See how freely we throw around information that is purely speculation, conjecture, imagination!  How is it harmful?  How is it stimulating?

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