The Shape of Water: accepting and embracing the difference I feel lost. My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante They both die at the end by Adam Silvera
I feel lost.

It is not new. I think I have always been lost in a way. Lost in my thoughts, lost in my projects, lost in this world in general. I think way too much for my own good and before I know it, I’m overwhelmed in a sea of thoughts that sometimes tend to turn dark.

My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante | Book Review

What is friendship? Between challenge, conflicts and intensity, as we discover Lenu, Lila and the other members of their little neighbourhood in Naples, this word takes a whole new meaning. Here is my review of the first book from The Neapolitan Novels by Elena Ferrante, My Brilliant Friend.

Stressed out | MathCrln

I ended up realizing that stress is not – or is no longer – a foreign body. Stress became an internal part of my body. It melted into my cells like a virus, no longer allowing me to distinguish between before and after, stress or calm.