In this world, you are always allowed to be cruel, and you always have been. It is no brave thing to stand with the powerful against those who dare live differently, it's the easiest and most comfortable choice you can make.
He is selfish, weird and perpetually unhappy. But there's also something about his tiny bullied spirit, stunted moral development and occasional bouts of spiraling self-hatred that me and the other members of the Disick Hive can very much relate to.
The next time you need to think critically about something — whether you're considering a new idea, weighing a decision or evaluating whether you can trust a source — it's worth asking yourself a few simple questions.
In theory, it makes sense that we might look at a time when remaining connected is so important to our mental health through a lens of friendship. But — and how do I say this nicely? — we are in the middle of a literal pandemic.
There are thousands who claim to experience them regularly and countless guides online purporting to teach you how to achieve them. So is lucid dreaming real? And — if it is — what's the science behind it?