The Harsh Reality of So-Called Happiness

Attention, security, passion, and love are common things that many women and men crave throughout their entire lives; and even search for, knowingly or unknowingly. Relationships begin to form during high school, and progress into more serious relationships towards the end. However, when entering college and beyond is when a relationship truly begins to evolve and…

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“Falling in Love” vs. “Standing in Love”

The concept of “Standing in Love” rather than “Falling in Love” is discussed in Erich Fromm’s The Art of Loving. On page four of The Art of Loving, Fromm says, “The third error leading to the assumption that there is nothing to be learned about love lies in the confusion between the initial experience of “falling” in love, and the…

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Monday Book Review: No Exit

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Monday’s can be a drag. So, I thought I would begin to upload a new book review every Monday to encourage people not only to read my blog, but to also read good books! John Green once wrote, ““Sometimes, you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical…

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Finding (Yourself At) Home

The idea of coming home from college for almost four months has to be the worst idea known to man. Who decided to make me settle somewhere totally different, expect me to adapt in a few months, make an entirely new set of friends, and then before I know it have to come back home with…

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