Made With Love.

Yesterdays interwoven in new stories

The Many Voices of Body Dysmorphia.

The thing about body dysmorphia is that it beginsĀ at home.

Flavours of Life.

Funny how talking about a dish makes you think so much, isn't it?

Tides of Memory.

Among millions of faces will the tides still find me?

Another Bad Day.

Sometimes, standing out is a little more difficult than it usually is.

Rolling With It.

The world is always going to try to tell you to do things differently.

‘Just Be’.

You're a lot more important than you think!

Breaking Down ‘Love’.

Thinking that there's only ONE kind of love is, well, wrong!

Press Pause.

"You'll see things from a much different perspective..."

Battle Scars.

"It's like people WANT us to feel uncomfortable for having scars on our skin."

When Destiny Rolls Her Dice.

"Destiny. She is a strange woman. She absolutely loves rolling her dice and turning the situation around for everyone- for better or for worse. She doesn't care about the damage, until she has enough twists to keep her interested."

I Apologize.

"Remember that neither apologizing nor forgiving is the attribute of the weak. They are both qualities that belong to strong people. Apologizing doesn't make you wrong or weak- it shows that you value your relationships more than your ego, and that isn't a bad thing."

Goof Around While You Can.

"Don't be worried about what people would say. That's what they do. Don't let them get to you. If they annoy you too much though, stick out your tongue and blow a raspberry at them!"

It’s Okay To Let Go.

"We don't want to feel the pain of losing something so precious. Ironically, we are only hurting ourselves more by holding on to them, which is just as bad. Either way, we get hurt. So which one do you think is the better option- the one where you hold no matter how much you get hurt or the one where you let go, hurting yourself in the process and slowly but effectively heal?"

Thank You, For Sticking Around.

"We live in a world where things are loved and people are used; we've forgotten that it should actually be the other way round. People are used as the means to others' ends. There are times when we ignore the ones we love and don't even feel guilty about it. It's only when you lose them or they start distancing themselves that you realize how much they meant to you."

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