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Finding The Strength to Give Up (3/3)

Finding The Strength to Give Up (3/3)

Once you’ve hit a vibrational rock bottom, the only way must be up. If you’re like “huh what just happened?”, you’ve probably missed part #2 Slippin’ Into Darkness of my journey, in which I describe the gloomy period I found myself in only shortly after posting..

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Slippin’ Into Darkness (2/3)

Slippin’ Into Darkness (2/3)

Although there was a short yet delightful streak of smiles, it came closely followed by a contrasting dark casting shadow that would make me come face to face with my inner demons; those very demons that I had been avoiding for many years. ..
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Confessions of a Millennial Burnout: Speaking my Full Truth (1/3)

Confessions of a Millennial Burnout: Speaking my Full Truth (1/3)

An epitome of the so-called Millennial Burnout Syndrome, I got caught up continuously chasing the next achievement, striving to finish the next task of my to-do list and trying to keep everyone around me happy, at whatever cost ….
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Reframing Life: Mind over Matter

Reframing Life: Mind over Matter

As a kid I spent a great deal of my time playing The Sims, Rollercoaster Tycoon, Zoo Tycoon and Simcity; busy building worlds, steady constructing lives, I loved it. Wether this was cause or effect, I’ve grown up believing that life is 99% make-able; a formula in which the harder I would try, the..

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On Another Course: Cultural Anthropology

On Another Course: Cultural Anthropology

I could still, but have decided not to keep the promise. I’ll consider it a sacrafice, “giving up something good for something better”. A few weeks ago in a random study session I came across the field of Cultural Anthropology.

“Cultural anthropology is the study of peoples, their beliefs, practices, values, ideas, languages, technologies, economies and other domains of social and cognitive organization. Anthropology comes from the Greek, literally the study of the human. As such, we overlap with history, sociology, psychology, political science, literature, documentary studies, and other fields.”

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