I’m still trying to put my own thoughts into words over this issue, and they are not coming easily. In the meantime, here’s someone else’s point of view on the matter.
Happy Monday! Let’s all celebrate the new week with a little sweet justice, in the form of a tale of woe plucked from Reddit: An anonymous dude is very upset that, after he maneuvered his “big girl” girlfriend into an open relationship so he could score with mad babes, she’s getting loads more dates than him.
Read the rest over at :
Dude’s Demand for an Open Relationship Backfires Spectacularly.
On dealing with “bad memories” – likely applicable to any number of related issues, such as PTSD.
It seems my article (Hey go look at it, it’s right here: http://www.cracked.com/article_20997_5-shocking-realities-being-transgender-media-ignores_p2.html ) is getting a reaction (And yes, I am listening to The Heavy’s “Love Like That” right now) and the issue that always fascinates me the most is when arguments rest on how everyone is angry, offended, scared, and confused by whatever it is being talked about.
And I see the same refrain of people being offended by other people’s offense. Even the term ‘offensive’ is offensive these days to a lot of people, but rage makes it hard to see that irony. Which I get – rage makes it hard to see anything except potential targets, because I imagine that anger really is about our brains and bodies trying to solve a problem by fixation that is sometimes quite helpful, and sometimes entirely unhelpful. (I’ve read a lot on the subject in Psychology, Cognitive Science and…
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