I am an extroverted introvert, yet many people struggle to understand what those two words mean individually, much less together. In college, when I’m more outgoing, people hardly believe I’m an introvert at heart. At home, where I spend more time alone, people hardly believe I have an extroverted bone in my body. Needless to say, it’s a struggle.
In my post last week, I talked about how important it is to listen to everyone, especially those who you don’t really like. But, how do you listen?
Imagine you are in the same room as that person or type of person you hate. Just you and them and a table with two chairs. What do you do?
Sophomore year of college was great. I learned a lot, cried and laughed a ton, and made a lot of memories. One of those being the story of the infamous dude with no name. This dude became fairly well-known among my friends. And now, today, readers, his story is being broadcasted to the world. Or at least to my little […]
A while ago, I decided, on whim, to go to DC for the day with a program at my school. I didn’t know anybody going. I hadn’t been to DC, but once. I wasn’t in the program sponsoring the trip (it was open to all students) and, to top it all off, we were leaving at 5am. Needless to say, […]
There’s this old country song that’s been stuck in my head recently. Any guesses?
Has anyone ever told you that you’re overreacting?