I’m Tired Of People Romanticizing Overexertion


I’m tired of people romanticizing overexertion. Exhausted is not the new chic, coffee (though a delicious necessity) is not a food group, and running on fumes is not admirable. Why do we hold pedestals for sleepless nights, breakdowns, and inner turmoil? Are those really things to aspire to? Self-care. Balance. The ability to know when your body, mind, and spirit need to take a step back. Those are things we should admire. We have to stop blurring the line between ‘commitment’ and self-endangerment because too many people are burning out before they have a chance to truly shine. —My opinion on the way we envision hard work and the way we should live life

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  1. I made the mistake of being intimate with my roomate and now it seems like all we do is argue. When we argue he gets on his phone and then goes to a place where I csnt hearhim talk about me and when I confront him his reaction is … your nutts.. and then he has the balls to ask e for a blowjob.
    I feel like hes using me for sex and I don’t feel respected what can I do???

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