Social media has become somewhat an essential rather than just an entertainment medium like what it used to be in the past years. From friendster to facebook, twitter, instagram, there have been great innovations when it comes to answering people’s needs and demands but as the years come, more and more people, apparently in different ages, use these sites to the point where certain studies show the possibility to develop an addiction towards it. You see kids playing candy crush on their tablets rather than playing outside with their friends. Teens on facebook while at the table eating with their families.
The thing about being sober for too long is that we start to worry that we won’t be functional enough to get shit done as much as when we were not sober.
Netflix’s Sex Education has caught a lot of viewers’ attention in the Philippines ever since it aired last 2019. A British comedy-drama teen series that received an 8.3/10 in Rotten Tomatoes and IMBD and some nominations for online film and television awards during its release years.
You can write whatever you want as long as its from you; as long as you feel it is the right way.
Every human has infinite chances to become better versions of themselves. Every day, we learn, we cope, we figure out life and hope that the rest of us do the same deal too– to believe in the sole idea of doing things for the betterment. The question is: How exactly do we become better versions of us? It is my unpopular opinion to say that there are two things that humans should focus on in order to answer the question. In and Out. Our body is what connects our minds to the outside world. I believe that these two things are co-dependent with each other.