So it’s time to get rid of them.
You’ve all been confronted with a fake friend at one point in your life. But often they succeed in tricking you for a long time. Way too long. And that is not your fault, they’re simply too good at it. They’ve mastered the skills of manipulation and they know how to change any narrative to their benefit.
Here’s a guide on how to recognise those toxic people in your life and how to successfully get rid of them.
At times in our lives, we might experience some troubled waters or rocky roads. Be it broken friendships, lost career opportunities, family drama, relationship tension, or school stress. But one thing they all have in common: you don’t know how to deal with it. Whatever is going wrong in your life right now, I want you to look at it, and Marie Kondo that sh*t!
For those of you who don’t know Japanese Internet sensation and Netflix star Marie Kondo, she is a Japanese celebrity who gained popularity and recognition for her tidying talents. Tidying? Yes, tidying! She created an easy-to-understand guide to clean clutter in your house, name KonMari, which is supposed to result in a more organized and happy life. So, how do you apply this to a messy situation in your life?
In this series of blog posts called Truth or Tea, I will write my unfiltered opinions on a certain topic. I present some facts, spark debate, and spill the tea. You may read it with disgust, perhaps hate it, and may not agree with me.
In this second edition of Truth or Tea, I spill the tea on Melania Trump.
Here we go again, Trump talk, America, The White House. No matter how many times you’ve heard this – yeah, we’re doing this.
I assume a lot of you are tired of hearing about the political situation in the United States and Trump. Because me too. But don’t worry, today I’m not here to talk about that.
Instead, let’s get down to the real question of American politics: