The disproportionate view someone else has of you shouldn’t hinder you but it does. We have a funny way of running our mouths to each other talking about our experiences with a particular subject. ‘She was such a bitch girl!”He was so rude. Didn’t even text back’Those being a couple examples, you realize negative context always leads to a discussion of how that person is ‘bad’. Just like that, because of what one minuscule human being has to say; they are then branded. They aren’t even there to defend themselves. But somehow we con ourselves into thinking it’s still fair.So it happens to be the one thing that can ruin a connection that could otherwise have been a damn good one. So… maybe disregard what your homie or girl said. Formulate for yourself.
Who is She
I discovered my love for coding & design when I designed my first blog in 2008. I have always been a talented writer, artist, and poet. It's been a blessing my entire life. I think it's because of my TBI that I adore communication of so many forms. It fascinates me because for so long I lived without being able to communicate to the world at all. So I started staying up 10 hours a day at times just learning how to code my website. I know that I had fallen in love. With the language, and with the fact that I could appreciate and accept my mistakes as challenges. I bought my own domain, and it was one of the best things I've ever done. But it's my way to be as creative as my heart desires. I consider this to be MY PLAYGROUND. I very much hope you like, share, feel inspired and even subscribe. All my love,