So yesterday I had my second counseling session. My counselor told me to write about three things that I could change to make me happier. We only got through two, but my top two were the most important ones to me anyway: my relationship with my family and relatives, and secondly my confidence and optimism.… Continue reading #2 What Do I Want to Change in Order to Become Happier?
So for today’s post I want to talk about interracial dating/relationships. I’ll get straight to the point and say that I am in an interracial relationship; I am Hmong and my boyfriend is Portuguese. My parents are very traditional and do not support interracial relationships. I know this because when I first started talking to… Continue reading Interracial Relationships
“It’s not going to work out,” or “What if he’s a psycho” is something that I get a lot when I tell others that I’m in a long distance relationship. I totally understand their concern; nonetheless, long distance relationships are so worth it. My boyfriend lives in Massachusetts and I live in California; also take… Continue reading YES to Long Distance Relationships
I’ve only been in two relationships: one ex, one current. My ex was Hmong, and my current boyfriend is Portuguese. My romantic experiences may have played a small role in my decision to date outside of my race, however many other factors played into this as well. I am not here to diss on the… Continue reading Why I currently chose to NOT date Hmong men
So today I did something that I thought I would never do. I called into my school’s counseling center and made an appointment to talk with someone about my feelings. It was a big milestone for me personally because all my life I told myself that I would get over my feelings/thoughts someday, or I… Continue reading #1 The Start
Our lives are made from the effects of our decisions because we live according to our decisions and its consequences. We’ve all made hard decisions at some time in our life, whether it be a serious or simple decision. I don’t know what kinds of decisions you have made. I don’t know what hardships you… Continue reading I Made My Decision
Just a few days ago I saw a little news clip on my Facebook newsfeed where a couple with five children decided to foster-adopt their neighbor’s three children after learning that she was diagnosed with Esophageal Cancer. The couple did not know their neighbor, but one of their daughters was friends with the neighbor’s daughter.… Continue reading Babies!?