Tag: teenagers

  • We’re all searching for home

    We’re all searching for home

    Remember, at some point someone also looked at you in your childhood and thought, “Damn, is this what the future looks like for humanity?” Our children have the best of us and the worst of us, and somewhere between those ends they form their own unique character. If you hope to understand them, you need […]

  • A few random thoughts

    The ‘anything goes’ mentality is far more extremist than those that stand by moderation. It requires an extremist to allow anything to pass as acceptable without restraint, whereas it requires conscious thought, conviction, and balance to apply one’s mind to moderation. Yet the duplicity of society would incline you to believe that those that seek […]

  • Disordered Minds

    For those of you that had a good laugh at my expense regarding my niece’s association between her topic for a speech at school and me, I thought I’d share the final product of what I wrote for her. The actual topic was Disordered Minds and not Destructive Minds. I’m still not too keen on […]

  • Life’s Lessons

    Our life’s experiences don’t always leave a sweet after taste, but it always strengthens our senses to appreciate so much that the less-trialled may take for granted. I sometimes come across individuals that are matured well beyond their years, and my thoughts are usually ambivalent about their state. Do I feel happy for them that […]

  • What is wrong with society?

    Society’s definition of “beautiful” is having a flat stomach, big boobs, big butt, long hair, and tan sexy skin. Because of this, teenagers don’t think they’re good enough anymore. They don’t think they’re being accepted. 10 year old girls think they’re fat. 11 year olds cut. 12 year olds stop eating. 13 year olds wake […]