We all have dreams, goals, and aspirations. But sometimes, navigating the path to achieving them can feel like trekking through uncharted territory. That’s where a mentor comes in, acting as a seasoned guide and confidant, offering invaluable support and direction.
For generations, we’ve been told that courage is the absence of fear. The brave knight charges into battle, the fearless explorer navigates uncharted territory, the hero stands up to the bully – all without a tremor of doubt. But what if this narrative is not just inaccurate, but ultimately limiting?
What if true courage lies not in the absence of fear, but in the conscious choice to act despite its presence?
She Played Ursa in Superman 2. See Sarah Douglas Now at 71 – Ned Hardy
Who is Milla Jovovich’s Daughter? All About Ever Anderson – Wanderer
I am a firm believer that because water is such a destructive force, having a pump on hand that can remove water to a very low level, is great “insurance.” In that regard, this pump does not disappoint – Amazon
A man sues Powerball after being told his $340M ‘win’ was a mistake – NPR
Guy freaks out after losing $50k in the high limit room – Instagram
5 Tips for Talking to Your Doctor – Self
Want to stop livestreaming? That’ll be $42,000 – Rest of World
35 Gaslighting Phrases That Experts Say Are Unfairly Belittling Your Emotions – Good Housekeeping
9 Best Ways To Be A Better Husband And Father – Knowledge For Men
21 People Who Thought They Were Ugly Ducklings, But Time Proved Them Wrong – Ned Hardy
This is one of my favorite hot sauces. Great heat and you can put it nearly everything and it will only enhance the flavor of your food – Amazon
Is going to bed at 9pm the secret to happiness? My week of sleeping like a gen-Zer – The Guardian
How to Maintain a Healthy Relationship With Someone Who’s Depressed – The Art of Manliness
Apple is already defending iMessage against tomorrow’s quantum computing attacks – The Verge
Father stages ‘intervention’ for influencer daughter whose baby name is a ‘nightmare’ – Reddit
10 Bloodiest Battles of All Time – Linkiest
Are The Sacklers (Oxycontin) The Most Evil Family In American History? – The Bulwark
10 Most Successful Infomercials Ever – Listverse
7 Reasons to Stop Proving Yourself to Everyone Else – Marc and Angel
What do you do?
I work in the Internet and Interactive Entertainment group of the bank, where we perform advisory mergers and acquisitions services and work to arrange financing for our clients through IPOs and by issuing debt (I help internet companies get access to piles of cash).
As a banker on the internet team, I get to work with the top brass at every possible website you can think of. Whenever you hear “xyz dot com is going to merge with abc”, you can bet that I’m involved.
1. Keep putting yourself out there. You’re not gonna meet your future someone by sitting at home alone (unless it’s the food delivery person I guess). Even if you only have one friend (or none) who is available that day & can join you, still try to go to concerts, bars, bookstores, restaurants etc alone.
Also just because things don’t happen romantically with someone doesn’t mean cut them off. Sometimes people are meant to just be a fun friend/acquaintance and you can expand your social circle through them, and meet a romantic partner from that.
If she isn’t responding/engaging in conversation
She’s most likely not interested, and if she is, is it really worth it? If a girl wants to talk to you, she WILL. Nobody waits days to answer someone they’re genuinely interested in.
The urge to “fix” our partners is deeply ingrained in us. We see a flaw, a weakness, an irritating habit, and our natural instinct is to step in and make things better. But what if, in trying to fix our spouses, we’re actually damaging the very relationship we’re trying to save?
Here’s the truth: you can’t fix your spouse. They are an individual with their own unique set of experiences, values, and desires. Trying to mold them into your ideal version is not only disrespectful but ultimately futile. It breeds resentment, fuels power struggles, and erodes the foundation of trust and acceptance that healthy relationships need.
We’ve all been there. The conversation escalates, voices rise, and suddenly a calm discussion turns into a shouting match. While raising your voice might feel powerful in the moment, it often has the opposite effect, undermining your argument and making you appear weaker. Let’s explore why volume doesn’t win debates and how to communicate effectively even when emotions run high.