The Grad By: Tyler Fahey “We thought this day would never come, through trials and successes, our son was able to graduate college despite falling and stumbling. He did it”. Jack was praising his son, Albert, after graduating high school, many … Continue reading Albert walked away to get punch
College Life By: Tyler Fahey After leaving the Gen Zen buffet, Annie, Patrick, James, and Jackie took a taxi back to campus. All of them stayed together in James’ dorm. The next morning, Patrick woke up with Annie lying right … Continue reading “happy birthday,” and kissed her on the cheek
College Life By Tyler Fahey “There comes the point where you have to have your priorities straight, Patrick. You can’t live in the past forever,” said James. “You have to move on and stop fighting what you’re fighting. Move on, be strong, and get on with it”. Patrick was contemplating quitting school, quitting everything. Patrick felt that he might have depression and severe anxiety. However, James felt otherwise. “I don’t think you have depression or anxiety; I think you’re in a funk or a stage of contemplation. Contemplation of what matters to you. What your future looks like”. Patrick … Continue reading “should I keep going to school?” James turned his head fast, “yes. Your future depends on it”
By Tyler Fahey “Are you done feeling sorry for yourself yet,” asked James. “Listen, you need to get off the couch, quit moping, and do something with yourself. Sitting around crying, sulking, and being sadistic to yourself is going to get you no-where.” James and Patrick had been friends for nearly ten years, their friendship was on the brink of collapse. Patrick was dating James’s cousin, but they had broken up almost two weeks before James confronted Patrick on it. James found out about the break up nearly a week after it happened. It wasn’t Patrick who broke up with … Continue reading can’t live to cry; have at it
“I want to have a family, raise children and see grandchildren, and travel the world. We can do this! “
We can do this. By Tyler Fahey “Erin, do you care about me? Do you love me enough to be in this relationship”? Erin and Kassie had been in a relationship for nearly twelve years, since their junior year in high school. They went to the same university and believed they were life-long lovers. Though, they were worried about others’ opinions of their relationship. Kassie asked Erin, “are you worried about what your parents think about our relationship”? Erin responded, “yes, I am. My parents have never been supportive of us; after all, it violates their beliefs”. Erin and Kassie … Continue reading “I want to have a family, raise children and see grandchildren, and travel the world. We can do this! “
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