Ladies… I know we all have our own “type” when it comes to choosing a partner for life but here’s what I’ve realized that may help you. Be with someone who accepts your silliness and tolerates it. Be with someone who cooks for you on a Sunday morning. Be with someone who feeds you… Continue reading V-Day Thoughts
First thing’s first: remember that s/he is an ex for a reason. Source: Read This If You’re Thinking About Getting Back Together With An Ex
Lately, I’ve been listening to the song “No One Here” by The 88 and I have fallen in love with it! I’m sharing it because I think you might love it too (hopefully)! Short summary: It’s about setting your love one free because you feel that you’ve been such a disappointment ever since and that maybe they deserve… Continue reading My Favorite Sad Song
There’s so much I’d like to write about but I want to get this thought off my head. So, let me begin by asking everyone “Have you ever felt that it was the right person and right love but in the wrong time?” or “Have you ever fallen infatuated or even in love with someone you… Continue reading To the person we will never have
The blog’s title is pretty confusing but yes and no; yes, this will be about my experiences that I might be doing for the first and those for the last time and no, this will not be a confession of suppressed feelings. Together with eight thousand students, we exited the Arch of the Centuries last… Continue reading For the First and Last Time
After several months of not publishing here on my blog, I feel a bit rusty but I’m excited! School is almost officially over and I have more time to write about anything under the sun. I hope to continue inspiring readers on a few of my ups and downs, my outreach programs, and even insights.… Continue reading Back on Track!
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Readings for this module. Horkheimer and Adorno, Dialectic of Enlightenment (1944) Michel Foucault, selections from Madness and Civilization (1964) Michel Foucault,“What is Enlightenment?,” Critical Theory and The Frankfurt School Credit : The Frankfurt School facebook page. The narrow sense of “Critical Theory” was coined by a group of German philosophers and social theorists known as…