Category Archives: Relationships

House of Secrets

I have a secret to share. I grew up in a house of secrets. My parents were of the Holocaust generation. My mom had her share of trials — on the run from the Nazis since she was just six … Continue reading

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Abby, Virtually announcement

With 88% funded at the time of this post, my campaign is entering its last two days. Much thanks for all those who backed it to date. The topics covered are of importance for hashtag#youngadults, including hashtag#authenticity, hashtag#MeToo, bridging generation … Continue reading

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In the name of…

It had been my observation that, we, humans, when we want to claim something that cannot be otherwise justified or proved, tend to recruit to our aid, just about anyone and anything. It’s a curious, although not unpredictable, trait. In … Continue reading

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Color-blindness

… is defined as the decreased ability to see color or differences in color. And while this sort of blindness may be taken as a disadvantage when pertaining to everyday life, there is a different perspective worth exploring. Watching Loving, … Continue reading

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So, what is my hidden agenda?

On occasion, I have a feeling some people do not trust me. This is preceded by me being nice to them; no different than how I would wish them to act towards me. Yet, it may be the case that … Continue reading

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I am a (Facebook) God

As with so many other happenings in life, it started slow; inching its way forward without me giving it a second thought. But I am ahead of myself; I need to preface this statement. I go on my Facebook page … Continue reading

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That Misguided Email

I could have blamed it on Outlook’s Auto-Complete; or could have faulted my fingers that hit the Send button all too quick; or maybe hold responsible a passing-by employee that distracted my attention. But the truth of the matter is that it was all my doing, or, more precisely, my undoing. Continue reading

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