Why I Cry in Front of My Child

As parents, we often feel the need to come across as the strong protector. The one that can chase away the things that hurt. We put on the band-aids, we comfort, we give advice, and we tell our kids that it's perfectly normal to be sad, and to cry. But for some reason, no matter... Continue Reading →

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I moved on, but there’s still love.

After the pain of a breakup or a fallout from a relationship, whether it's a longterm one or "just" dating for a while, there will come times where the pain will resurface. Moving on doesn't mean that you stop loving the person. For me, when I move on from a relationship where there's been love... Continue Reading →

Goosebumps, Smiles, and Tears

A couple of months back, my mom invited me to go to a concert with her, my stepdad and my little brother. I had very little knowledge about the singer other than having seen a broadcast of a Christmas concert he did last year. I did however already know that I loved his voice and that... Continue Reading →

What I Have Learned From Pain

A lot of people have a very strong fear of the feeling of psychological pain, and that is completely understandable. Other have a craving for it. I wouldn't say that I fall into either of the two categories. I don't particularly enjoy the hurt, but whenever I come across it, I choose to be very... Continue Reading →

He cried and I was so proud!

About a week ago, I was working on editing a video for YouTube while my nine year old son was watching videos on his laptop. After a little while I noticed that he was watching something that apparently had his undivided attention, and I got curious. I asked him what he was watching. He told... Continue Reading →

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