“The author’s conclusion? People who anxiously cling to, or push away, their closest connections are drained, enervated by their lack of security. They’re simply too wrapped up in bad feelings to embark on new adventures. ~Are Secure Relationships the Key to an Exciting Life? on Psychology Today.“
We’re human, with every drop of beauty and ugliness that label carries with it. The angel and the demon, all rolled up together.
We cry and we crack, inside and outward. We stumble and fall and fail and flail. We simmer and seethe, and also we soothe. We give and forgive. We hold to each other and hold ourselves tight. We do what we can, as best as we can, as long as we can.
And when we falter, we patch the cracks as best we can, make our apologies, and try again. That’s what keeps our failings from making us failures. We try again, one day at a time.
TW: child illness. child death.
Erik Meyer is one of the gods of web design, and author of one of the few hardcopy books I still own.
I’m finding that sincerity
and trying to be as simple or direct as (possible) I’d like
is often taken for sheer stupidity
but since it is not a sincere world –
it’s very probable that being sincere is stupid.