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Category Archives: self-confidence
Me in the club: “Nothing’s going to happen.” Friend: “Nothing ever happens.” Me: “I know!” (cracking up) 5 minutes later I approach two women leaning against the opposite wall, chatting. Spend rest of night dancing intimately with them. I really … Continue reading
It’s now the Year of the Sheep (Yáng) in the Chinese Zodiac. Since my mother is Taiwanese, and a sheep, I consider it a good idea to make this my first ever Chinese New Year’s Resolution. I’m also doing this … Continue reading
My commitment to 30 days of focusing on nonviolent communication was satisfied as of September 28. It was a resounding success. Here is an overview of how it went, as well as some thoughts for the future. The Social Media … Continue reading
Perfectionism in our society is tied to consumerism. If you don’t DO anything but consume perfect images of others, of course you’ll be perfectionistic. I’m talking about the combination of consuming many things without ever doing them. Without exercising our … Continue reading
Yesterday I decided to start a new project: for 30 days, I will practice nonviolent communication (NVC) on social media. NVC is based on the framework presented by Marshall Rosenberg in his book Nonviolent Communication: A Language of Life. I’ll … Continue reading
This is my debut in a drag show: “Slow Dancing in a Burning Room” by John Mayer Blues dancing with Ray/Red. The End of the World Show Location: December 2012 at Phase One King Ken, founder of the D.C. Kings, … Continue reading