Welcome to the Girl Talk Blog! Every woman is welcome to find a cozy home in Girl Talk, whether it is in one of our college apartments, in the high school auditorium, or in the comfort of your own home. Snuggle up with a pillow and a blanket to experience the rollercoaster of life, love, and self-discovery with the authors of these stories. They’re just like you and me.
If you are in an abusive relationship, there is always a way to get out and be safe. You do not deserve the physical or emotional pain. Know that you are an incredible, vibrant woman with strength, dignity, and power.
Dear Freshman Me: Life has gotten so crazy, but it’s only beginning. You have not yet reached the peak of your rollercoaster. It’s been three years since I’ve been where you are now, but I just want to tell you: your rollercoaster ride is about to drop with new twists and turns that you won’t see coming.
Messy bedroom, dishes everywhere, trash needs to go out. So many things need to be done and who can keep up with it all? Sometimes you have to start by doing the dishes.
Do you feel like the the whole ‘working’ world is against you and you often question if you’re even ‘adult’ enough for the part? It's scary and intimidating., but it's important to keep pushing forward and accept those rejections as learning opportunities.Keep trying for the next one.
I was riding the subway home late at night and was mad at the world. It was a freezing January night and I had just broken up with my boyfriend of two years. It was the hardest thing I had ever done and probably a few months later than I should have.
I discovered ballet when I was 14. I fell deeply in love with ballet. However, I had already developed a woman's body by the time I started dancing. I hated them when I looked in the mirror at myself next to the beautiful swan-like girls who had danced since the age of 3.
About a year ago, I could not look in the mirror and smile back at myself. Someone could have offered to pay me a million dollars to smile, and I probably would still struggle to do it.
Aristotle says there are three different kinds of friendships… I don’t actually recall from freshman year philosophy what those kinds of friendships are, but I can tell you that there are definitely more than three kinds, at least in my third-year-of-college deep opinion.