Repelling people is an art only a few can master. Some, however, have a natural flair for it. Here are a few tricks that will help you repel possibly every person you want out of your life without actually hurting their feelings.
So I started college last week and a week is pretty much enough to identify the majorly striking differences between the comforts of a school and that of a college.
I met a guy online a few days back. He inspired me into writing this story. His story. At least a story that he CLAIMED was his.
I had been sitting around thinking what I have done to myself in the past two years of my life. Here’s a peek at the crazy things that science does to a simple innocent brain.
First of all, sincere apologies for the delay on this week’s post.
Secondly, now that I am free enough to write, I notice too many things going on around me and feel so lost when it comes to actually putting my thoughts into words. So this week I picked something which is the need of the hour
As much as I have been able to study my peers, friends, or even people who aren’t really my friends I have found one thing to be universal. Nobody is happy with what they have in their relationships. Even if they are happy (which is on 1% of the cases I have come across and my sample space is VERY large) they have all sorts of insecurities involved. Continue reading
It’s only Words and words are all I have to take your heart away.
I’m not creative at all, but when it comes to making the people who give me a million reasons to smile, feel special, I hardly refrain from anything.
The mess we make is easier to clean up than the mess this situation makes. The only people who can understand the details and depths of being STUCK are those who have been thrown into this abyss.
If you have one true friend, you have more than your share.
– Thomas Fuller
Who is a true friend really? We all have our misconceptions on that matter I’d say.
Some believe they have a true friend in their best friends, but every silver lining has a dark cloud within it.
“Say something I’m giving up on you…”
The most appropriate song to describe that stab wound in your heart that being Friend-zoned makes. Continue reading