I’ve always found it interesting that people get all in a tizzy when companies, corporations, or individuals take a stand and say they no longer support something because it goes against what they believe in. Of course, because of our combative nature lately, especially on social media, we all have come up with this phrasing … Continue reading It’s Not Cancel Culture, It’s Responsibility Culture
I learned a valuable lesson these past few weeks. Most people lack even the most basic form of courage. It bothers me to say that, and yet, I watched in confusion how people allowed bullying to happen to another person repeatedly over these past months. They saw it happen, were there while it was happening, … Continue reading The Mistake I Made – My Responsibility, Your Responsibility Bullying
“Let it go”. Such a cliché line. Letting anything go is not easy. Generally we hold onto things because we've been hurt or there’s been an injustice. There could be a lot of reasons, but the real reason we can’t easily let things go is simply because we haven’t taken responsibility for our own actions … Continue reading How to Let It Go
*Taken from my journal last week. Dear Me: Today was a hard day. I can’t stop crying. I don’t have children, but still. What happened in Newtown hurt me to the core. Not sure exactly why. I don’t think you have to have children to get it. All the newscasters keep saying, “If you have … Continue reading Dear Me: I Take Responsibility Newtown
*in case you don’t want to watch the video, here’s a sorta transcript: I had planned to post a very different video blog today, but in light of all that has happened over at Penn State, I couldn’t help but change what I had to say this morning. People are outraged that this horrific situation … Continue reading Are We Better Than This? Penn State.