Category Archives: Questions by Skozl

What’s your solution?

Anything that will dissolve me, once and for all. I’ve been training myself to be genuinely empathic and compassionate for the last ten years or so. It’s a slow, uphill battle, but I like to think it’s making me a … Continue reading

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How about now: Are you OK? Are they OK?

What does okay even mean? (Oddly, I have an aversion to spelling it as just initials, I don’t know where I picked up this linguistic snootiness from.) I’m going to resist to descend in the dark valley of a wikipedia … Continue reading

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When you were a child what did you think of other people? Were they OK?

Again, I can’t remember. I’m pretty sure I felt like they must be happier than me, but I’m pretty sure I wasn’t really that sad. It’s the way you look at grown ups, and think that they have everything you … Continue reading

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When you were a child what did you think of yourself? Were you OK?

Even as a child I was aware I was quite weird. My fantasy world was more extreme then. I remember sitting at the table for sunday roast, having not been able to sleep all night, reading batman comics at a … Continue reading

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What’s your problem? (asked in a genuinely concerned manner)

Immediately, trying to pick between two alternative images of my future. This has been ongoing for quite a while, but is suddenly put into relief by realistic propositions for either dream (both of which felt fantastical less than a year … Continue reading

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When should you forgive?

Forgiveness is a very strange thing. It’s the letting go of the past, escaping the wrongs that have been done to you. It’s an obvious moment of moving on. It’s cutting a tie to something negative in the past, not … Continue reading

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How important are role-models?

To a kid looking up to Ice Cube, ‘life ain’t nothing but bitches and money’. Whilst the Freudian and the Marxist might agree with that, even Ice Cube acknowledges that he doesn’t exactly look like a (‘motherfucking’) role model. (And … Continue reading

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