I was starting with my job here, almost… and I am now overwhelmed. I start to think, “Can I do it? Am I overrating myself? Can I be smarter?” then I started to judge myself as stupid and less willing to try.
And yes, I lost many of my courage until my friend asked for my opinion. I said to her, “You will never know until you through. Just don’t judge yourself.” Then it’s like a full-force slap over my face. My face flushed, literally, and I laugh on myself.
Sometimes words are easier to say than done, especially to others. I think I need to remember my own lines, for my encouragement.
PS: Some of my friends said that I were good in encouraging. So why not encouraging myself?
If you remember this, than you have the memories from the early 90s. Yes, I was a teenager at the time Friends became one of the most watched tv series. And one of my dream is to become Chandler… hahaha… you can laugh on me, but he’s the most stable income-wise and relationship-wise
My name is Emily, I am 21 years old, and I have two dads.
I am one of many examples of fully functioning adults brought up by same sex parents. I am debt free, own my own car, live on my own, go to college, and work full time. In May of 2013 I will graduate with honors with a…
I am going through tumblr and found a page named, Gay Family Values. I really like it for sure. I watched the videos, and will watched them again. I think it’s really great that now we can see what it is to be a gay when you are not in your prime age. They even give opportunities for the viewers to ask them questions. (WHOAAA!!!)
As I previously said, my gay friend back in the coconut island had mocked me whether now I had a vagina instead of penis (*sorry for the words) but no, I don’t think so. It just came by me.
My hypothesis of whether I turn to this kind of sites rather than porn, is that I am now living in a more acceptable environment. In this pineapple land, people tend to be more letting go and supportive toward their friends who choose to live the gay life. Not that I am now openly gay here, but I am gayly comfortable (if the latter term ever exists… yes, I invent it). Back in the coconut islands, we should be very careful of being gay. Not only being careful, people have the right to put you down because you are gay. They have all the words, they have all the ability to put you into limbo, and pull you back to their side of the fences.
One more thing. I have a GRINDR now. And a funny thing is that I am now utilizing it as a chat media, to talk to people, sometimes I would meet them at the cafe, but I will refuse any further (private sexual) encounters. I put my status as partnered, and also I would tell them that I am only into friendship and chat.
So this is my conclusions of the “case report” on myself
If you are comfortable with your skin you will become more positive toward yourself
You save energy by being comfortable to yourself
When you are positive and comfortable toward yourself, you will made positive choices, and being more responsible to yourself.
Being depressed is one of the outcome of not comfortable and positive toward ownself, so if you feel that you are depressed, think again…
If you are a person who are not from this side of the fence, you might need to contemplate also whether you have troubled your fellow family and friends by putting your values on them. I hope you are not, since you are reading my gay blog
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