+8If you see a coworker slacking off, you merely need to continue your own efforts at your best efforts, not allow your work ethic to steep down to anything less just because someone else's has. More
Game: Add a comment with two statements about yourself. One will be truth and the other one will be a lie about you. The point of the game is to make it hard for others to figure out which one is true. More
I feel like I got to an age where everything I think is new and shiney has become old and rusty and I feel kinda like yesterdays model. I fear I might become that adult who tries hard to stay relevant, too hard. I've always been a trailblazer when did I start trailing behind? There shouldn't be this age where younger people start thinking of you as someone to hide their true selves from. I am no one's parental figure. I'd rather still light my life on fire and burn out....no burn on.... rather than fade away. More
6% You shouldn't have to become a responsible adult if you don't want to 11% It hurts getting older 6% Let go janet become a boring clone of everyone else's adulthood 6% Have kids get a stable house lose your identity, become more girly. die miserable 50% Society is crap just be you and burn your own path through it if one isn't there for you 22% Other
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+9We are always subconsciously seeking to love and be loved. Every connection...every action...happens with this in the background. More
+17I have come to the conclusion that watching what I am eating isn't the problem when I diet...its watching what everyone else is eating that is the issue🙄 More
What is your prediction? Now that Stephen Hawking is dead, who will emerge as the preeminent living theorist? More
+12The 'greatest generation' did not need a college education, traditional jobs with pensions and healthcare benefits lifted the entire nation. The Boomers, to be successful, needed either a traditional job or a higher educations. Most did OK and were able to put their kids through college because their employers paid for healthcare. With Gen-X, the rules had changed. Those without an education were hard pressed to compete and could not live better than their parents had. They continue to struggle to afford college for their kids and many will go bankrupt when they face common illnesses like cancer, heart disease or diabetes; health care is just too expensive for many of them. The Millennials are on their own. If they cannot get congress to pass universal healthcare and education finance reform their children may never experience the American dream.