I’m incredibly proud to present you with new music this morning.
This is ‘You & Me’.
I lost my best friend earlier this year and I miss him a lot. I thought that I would be okay by now but I am not. What should I do?
Emotional wounds are just like physical ones. They hurt a whole lot when they happen. But over time, they heal. But if the wound is deep enough, it scars. The pain might always be with you and you’ll have a reminder there of that hurt, but you can still keep going. Remember the good and what you learned from it.
You sir are amazing I have only seen one of your videos, but it was awesome. There have been sometimes I wish I could be bisexual but I just can't
First of all, thank you!
Second of all, bisexuality isn’t just something you can or can’t be. It’s an identity. It’s not something you put on like a T-Shirt and then take off later when you’re done with it. Don’t wish to be something that you’re not. Just be you because you kick ass at it.
Hey Connor, I'd love to hear your thoughts on this post about tattooed women (and maybe the whole website too)! When I first read it I could hardly believe that it's serious. I can't link it here but it's called "5 Reasons Why Girls With Tattoos And Piercings Are Broken" on a website called Return of Kings. Thanks :)
Here’s my 5 word review:
bullshit bullshit bullshit fuck that
I know this guy and he's bisexual and he likes me a lot, because he has said so to my face. However I did not find out about his bisexuality from him upfront but rather from a friend of his (who announced it to everyone behind his back, which I was shocked at because I would rather hear it from the man himself!). I have not told him that I know about this and would actually be honoured if he could open up about his sexuality to me. Where do I even start with this?
As hard as this might be to hear, you don’t start with this. He is the only person who should start conversations about his identity, because it is his identity. I know there are curiosity and trust issues involved in you wanting to talk about it, and all of that is okay. But you gotta remember that, for a lot of people especially those of non-binary identities, it’s sometimes really confusing and scary to talk about it. Give it time, and if he’s gonna talk to you about it, he’ll make sure it happens. But that’s for him to decide.
maybe! Depends on $$ and work and stuff. I’d like to go.