Anybody who doesn’t make you feel good, kick them to the curb. And the earlier you start in your life, the better.” She’s so right on target here. Sometimes we put up with awful things from people for various reasons. Maybe its lack of confidence or respect for ourselves, maybe it’s because we feel we owe that person for some reason, or maybe it’s because we don’t know how to stand up for ourselves. Whatever it is, follow Amy’s advice and give it up now. You deserve SO MUCH MORE THAN THAT. You deserve to be happy and you don’t need ANYONE in your life that makes you feel belittled, insignificant, ugly, stupid, sad, angry, etc. They aren’t worth it, and the people who are would never make you feel that way!
i have seen olla and
the only thing i can compare it to is being thirteen and hearing the libertines for the first time, really. or turning seventeen close enough to julian casablancas to reach out and touch him. or reading angela carter and jeanette winterson and the tempest and rosencrantz and guildenstern are dead and all the others.
like something i’ve always known and the entrance to a brand new world all at once, basically.
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More than a dozen American universities now offer degrees in public-interest design. “This generation has an entrepreneurial streak,” said Maurice Cox, the associate dean for community engagement at the Tulane School of Architecture, where students have inaugurated some 70 projects since Hurricane Katrina, among them the recent Grow Dat Youth Farm in City Park, an urban farm and leadership training program in New Orleans for high school students.