Collective guilt, collective malice

One of the trappings of the victim head space is that it convinces us to surround ourselves with those who will understand why we're weak, or why we behave badly, because they themselves struggle with similar demons.Our need to avoid rejection or to feel validated causes us more harm than good.The comfort that we get... Continue Reading →

That toxic status quo

When we are raised in an environment focused on discipline before purpose, or compliance before understanding, we develop the belief that fitting in is more important than what is right. This same mindset leads us to be bullish in our efforts to uphold the status quo because of the inclusion that it offers, while violently... Continue Reading →

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