May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and seeing everyone talk about the duality of being an Asian American shows me how we've all experienced variations of the same things: the inner conflict of not being quite Asian enough and not being quite American enough and the struggle to grasp for a place in between these … Continue reading When Microaggressions Become Aggressions
Over the years, I've developed a better understanding of what I wanted in a partner. Every time I get asked about my ideal person, I think back to when my high school boyfriend asked me the same question. I distinctly remember answering with someone who is intelligent, confident, honest, goal oriented, and shares my sense … Continue reading My Ideal Person
I was once told that I was a great conversationalist, to which I earnestly replied "you're one as well!" because our conversation flowed so naturally. I don't think I'm great at making conversation, but I do think that the right person can bring out a good conversation in almost anyone. It was then that I … Continue reading Can I get a Connection?
For Halloween this year, I found inspiration in Lara Jean Covey from Jenny Han's To All the Boys I've Loved Before. Lara Jean is a high school junior who writes letters to boys she has intense feelings for to help process her feelings and keeps these letters in a box in her closet. 5 boys, … Continue reading How to Handle Heartbreak
“How do women still go out with guys, when you consider the fact that there is no greater threat to women than men? We’re the number one threat! To women! Globally and historically, we’re the number one cause of injury and mayhem to women. We’re the worst thing that ever happens to them!”