Working in a restaurant is weird right now. Hell, everything is weird right now. The thing about serving during a pandemic, though… You see everybody – those who care too much, too little and those who seem oblivious to it all.
Tyler Griffin and the Butler Law Firm Demand Justice and Compensation from Atlanta PD – What You Need to Know about Civil Suits Against the Police
On April 5, 2019, Tyler Griffin noticed an unmarked car following closely behind him. Confused and unaware that the car belonged to the Atlanta Police Department, Griffin pulled into a nearby driveway. Suddenly, all he could see was a bright light, as a man approached his driver’s side window.
Internships are being canceled. Companies are delaying start dates. At best, interns and new hires will work remotely, learning the ins-and-outs of the real world, though never leaving home. These are the most formative years for a young professional, and it seems, for many, they won’t even begin.
Stereotypes may exist for all, but the stereotypes that come with my appearance have never posed any danger to my life. This is the privilege I was given.
Under normal circumstances, there are simple ways to cope with an eating disorder flare-up. Since COVID-19 has literally locked us all indoors, alone with our thoughts, phones and refrigerators, healthy coping mechanisms seem out of reach – but not impossible.
The age-old proverb says: absence makes the heart grow fonder.
The sentiment is lovely. The comfort it brings is reassuring. But the truth is sometimes, absence makes the heart forget.
What happens when an entire generation of people, who were raised being told they are lazy, ungrateful and spoiled, enter the workforce alongside the same generations who criticized them?
They develop imposter syndrome.
Being diagnosed with breast cancer at 20 would shake anyone. You’re not supposed to wonder whether you’ll live or die at that age.
This is why she initially shrugged off a noticeable lump in her left breast. ‘It will probably go away – maybe it’s a hormone thing,’ she thought. The “hormone thing” became painful though, and she couldn’t shrug it off any longer.