Month: May 2015

On Mistakes and Self-Shame

When I was a junior in high school, I went through a difficult friend breakup. It was the first major loss I had experienced, and I didn’t always handle the situation particularly gracefully. Finally, being the writer I am, I wrote a letter explaining everything I was feeling… but then […]

The Perils of Future Paralysis

Today, I logged onto my student info page to check my financial aid, and next to “status” it said “senior.” Senior, as in last year of college. Senior, as in I have two semesters left before I graduate. Senior, as in standing at the edge of the cliff of adulthood. […]