humanity

Humanity begins at home.

Tori Tuggle12 days ago
Why I Walked Away from My Family
If I can tell you one thing: people do not change. You can put years into a false hope only to be met with harsh reality. You can’t make people become what you need them to be. It just bites even hard...
Bradley Perry18 days ago
The Slow Removal of the Family System in America
Many of the topics in this article are very controversial, so read with an open mind, please. Why have seemingly come to live in a world where being a family is less than a positive thing. It is sad, ...
Andri Efstathiou24 days ago
Creativity and Motherhood
I have a confession to make. I started blogging over a year ago to find my voice. To unload and dump all the words in my brain that have been eating tiny holes into the fiber of my being for decades. ...
Willa Walla month ago
I Don't Want to Be a Mother Anymore. Therefore, I Don't Want to Be a Teacher Anymore
Ever since people started asking me, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" I always relentlessly answered back with, "I want to be a mom!" For some reason, I romanticized the idea of being a moth...
Nicole Addison2 months ago
Simple Reminders for This Holiday Season
As the holidays draw closer, shopping malls world wide become increasingly packed with each passing day. Money is being spent left right and centre as people rush to withdraw their wallets, cheques, a...
Daniel Saravia2 months ago
Calling All First Generation American Millennials
So you're a millennial, and you're also the child of an immigrant in the USA. Welcome. Warning: some of the language I use is intended as comedic sarcasm. I will try to refrain and limit that as much ...
Nalda Parker2 months ago
Bringing Joy to Christmas
As a therapist I have known supported many people that over extend themselves in order to buy gifts for their family and find that the next Christmas they are still paying for the gifts from last Chri...
Why Christmas Isn't the Happiest Time of the Year
Everyone knows that the winter holidays are supposedly the happiest time of the year. Well, I say it is not for a lot of families around the world, even just in our hometowns. So let me explain this a...
Carol Townend3 months ago
What Christmas Really Means to Me
When people around me think of Christmas, they often think of Christmas parties, presents and decorations and a Christmas tree. However in my house we put up a tree and just minimal decorations. We do...
Le'Ann Hernandez3 months ago
Lost at Home
Nearly 19 years ago, I was born in Bell County, Texas. My parents, as well as both sides of my family, are of Puerto Rican descent. Living in a Hispanic household, or at least mine, held a stigma. A s...
Dawn West4 months ago
Happy
I was sitting in my car waiting on my youngest to get out of school when that new song came on. You know, the one about the singer wanting some nebulous person to be "happier". Well I hate to say that...
Leanne Diab4 months ago
The Black Sheep
It took me a long time to understand the feeling I’ve had since I was a child—that feeling of always having my nose pressed to the glass, of being an opposite current in the flow of life around me. Th...
Catrina Palko4 months ago
My Story
Hey guys, first I'd like to say thank you for reading my blogs. I have always wanted to be a writer and I'm currently working on two books. I am happily married with a beautiful two-year-old daughter....
Emmie Mayberry4 months ago
Understanding Another Mom's Children
We all have that friend we adore. That friend who never returns your texts until 2 hours later, or just ignores the hell out of your calls, but calls later when something is wrong even though you said...
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Vee 4 months ago
Drugs Are What I Know but I Am Not an Addict
Heroin became my mother, brother, and sisters best friends. Living in a small, middle class, suburban town outside of one of the greatest cities in the world; You would think in such a decent neighbor...
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Lucas Marshall4 months ago
The Life of an 18-Year-Old
My childhood consisted of quite a few activities. Most of these were pretty typical, vacations, playing outside, enjoying family functions. This created a very happy childhood for me. There are some p...
Michelle Schultz4 months ago
Raising My Daughter Religiously
Religion and I have never quite seen eye to eye. I was raised in a Catholic church, not super strictly or anything—we weren't at church every single Sunday or anything. But my dad always sat with us a...
Chloe K.4 months ago
PPD and How It Took a Toll on Me
I didn’t realize that being a mom would make me feel so empty. It was day one of motherhood, and I was terrified to touch this little joy lying in the room. I was terrified like how I am anytime somet...