My partner and I argue petty stuff like “Why did you take this jammed road?” to serious issues, like “Why are you always avoiding my family functions?”
I unfollowed every single person on social media and basically Marie Kondo-ed my thoughts. Does this thought spark joy? No? Away it goes.
As a stay-at-home mum, I’ve drawn some flak from relatives and friends who think I am wasting my overseas education and job skills and resources.
From big ballroom dinners at fancy hotels to garden luncheons with performances by Chinese acrobats, I cannot afford to compete for ‘Wedding of the Year’, nor am I interested in doing so.
Not every house purchase will guarantee a return of profit. Buying a house for your own stay is always better than renting.
I remember being quite jealous of my friends who still had fathers. Even now, reading Father’s Day posts on social media still makes me a little sad.
Having so much attention focused on my “illness” made me feel happy and valuable. I was left was a sick sense of accomplishment, but I still was lonely.
No one around me made me feel weird for wanting to learn Jawi. In my mind, I was just learning something new in school.
Reconnecting with a sister whom you’ve not spoken to in 30 years can be awkward at first, to say the least. Here’s how I reconnected with my long-lost sister and how it changed my life.
Gaming for me was actually a crutch for what I really wanted: A way to rejoin and reconnect with people and the rest of the human race in the aftermath of a life-destroying divorce.