Allowing Yourself To Be Vulnerable In my quest for some level of mental stability, I sometimes find myself quite angry, which usually leads to sadness. This is no good because I really do work hard to stay in the good vibes zone, but how can I stay in the zone when I have trouble finding … Continue reading Taking Care of Your “Right Now’s”
Staying In The Game The day that I learned about the particulars of Borderline Personality Disorder was one of the hardest days that I've had to endure thus far. The first thing that came to mind was: "Most likely, I once had a chance at being great at something. Everything that I have done, been … Continue reading Darkness, Static, & Light
Making Your Own Envy Work For You The mirror can be a far more deadly weapon than a gun or a knife. It can be dangerous because it not only shows us who we are, but also, who we are not. A lot of times our own mirror images does not add up to who … Continue reading Jealousy: A Useful Tool
How To Handle Introductions To Unpleasant People Have you ever met someone that you instantly did not like? I’m sure that at some point we have all experienced this. It's not always a bad thing. I had an experience a few years ago where I was invited to a friends house and when I arrived, … Continue reading I Know We Just Met, But I Don’t Think I Like You
Giving Your Audience Something To Think About Building a blog is hard and sometimes disheartening work. I suppose this could be said of any goal that a person sets for themselves. It takes time, hard work, tough skin, strength, endurance, and perchance the hardest of them all-- it takes patience, and lots of it! At … Continue reading No Idea’s Original… But C’Mon Man!!!
Changing Your Mind Is Fine I'm not sure how many of you visit the Afrologik website, or if most of you read it via email. For those of you who do visit the website, you've noticed that I've changed some things. Well, actually, I've changed everything except the content. Why, you ask? Because I became … Continue reading When You Become Bored…
10 Reasons Why A "Plan B" Isn't Necessary “Plan B", "Alternate Strategy”, “Back Up Plans” are all very practical and safe reasonings. After all, we have all been conditioned to think with the logic of the cliche “Plan A is always have a ‘Plan B’”. We all feel much safer knowing that we have several systems in … Continue reading Plan “A” Is All That You Need
How To NOT Take Yourself Too Seriously If I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times--ADULTING SUCKS! It's overly consumed with responsibility and accountability--two things that have never been associated with fun. Even when we get a chance to let go for a while, we eventually have to remind ourselves of things like: … Continue reading It’s Really Not That Serious…
Loving Your Flaws When Others Do Not "If you've not been criticized, booed, jeered, or such; it's not because you have no flaws, but because you don't count so much" ~Danny Thomas I fell in love with that poem when I heard Danny Thomas say it at the end of a Dean Martin's Celebrity Roast … Continue reading Feeling Good About YOU!
The Art of Checking Yourself Do you ever wonder why it seems that wherever you go and whatever you do, you tend to meet the same types of people? If you are constantly being aligned with good people, then meeting good people is your expectation and the universe is meeting your expectation in a good … Continue reading You Are What You Attract