Jealousy and an inferiority complex are dominating my mind. I am a girl and I get upset when I see beautiful girls around many guys. Do many other girls feel like that?

Question from Quora – New Series where I share my answers I placed there and remove it from the unfair writing platform

(You’re) Completely normal.

While I’m not a girl, your question somehow landed at the top of my feed. Not sure why. However, if you were my daughter, I would tell you this:

All teens feel this

Other girls definitely feel that. So, do other boys — maybe even worse. Overall, it’s completely natural (as I’ve already said) to feel “inferior” especially given how much media are “in your face” literally every day, every hour and every second. If you’re like the millions, if not more than a billion teens throughout the world (looks like 1.2 billion), you’re just “coming into your own skin.”

If you’re a minority…

Not sure if you’re white (or another race), but if you’re in the minority, it’s possibly going to be even worse. Why? You see potentially the majority as “prettier” and you have less examples that look like you to be “more proud” or comfortable in your own skin. Continue reading “Jealousy and an inferiority complex are dominating my mind. I am a girl and I get upset when I see beautiful girls around many guys. Do many other girls feel like that?”

What are your favourite K-pop songs of 2020 so far?

Updated: 6/30/2020

I’ve been enjoying three less than upbeat songs lately with Taeyeon’s “Happy” being the most:

The first is this song from a surprisingly compelling Kdrama titled “Itaewon Class.”  The show wasn’t your typical Korean production.  It even captured some of the best ratings in recent memory — I’d argue a strong OST helps.

Taeyeon is finally coming into her own (imho).  And her latest song hits on every cylinder for me:

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Prostate Cancer Support Groups in Seattle and More

Last night, I had one of the most wonderful experiences with a lovely couple who I met a couple years before.  These two were not only so enjoyable to hang out with the time before, but they absolutely blew me away last night giving me some incredible advice about the husband’s prostate cancer — which I had not learned about on the previous visit.

However, I also had not been diagnosed with “nodules” on my own prostate until most recently after deciding I would get things “checked out” and get my health in order for the first time (possibly  in my life).  So, it wouldn’t have even made sense to bring up that topic until this most recent event.

These two were absolutely amazing.  They intently listened to everything and are as hip as you can be.  Continue reading “Prostate Cancer Support Groups in Seattle and More”