We Never Stop Learning

Someone wrote…

Society is adverse to change, adverse to anything outside of the cultural “norm”, but that doesn’t mean you’re not normal, it just means that more people have yet to learn about you =) It’s okay to be confused, to still be working things out. Everybody is working something out, we never stop learning.

I suspect that people feel a lot of things that they bury or aren’t willing to admit for the sake of “fitting in”, and our feelings and experiences aren’t as unheardof as we think. So don’t be afraid to talk to about it! People might be a lot more receptive and interested than you think. You’re the one that has to deal with you every day, so make yourself happy!

What’s your experience?

And what are you thinking about gender right now?

Posted by on February 8th, 2015 at 08:00 am

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