Feels
 Words have this awesome ability to change their meaning every so often. This typically starts as slang and then eventually it ends up in the dictionary as the norm. The newest word to my vocabulary is Feels. Which is defined in the urban dictionary as; A wave of emotions that sometimes cannot be adequately explained. So up in my feels I must go. 2018 was the year of Feels for me. The year was more of an emotional rollercoaster than when Gorilla Harambe died. Feelings were everywhere. The thing about life is it is messy. Super messy and emotional. The Feels that go along with each event are painful. Even if it is a good it is painful. First Kisses : That feeling of instant relief when the kiss starts. The moment when you know someone wants you. Suddenly then you begin to wondering if you are doing it right or if they like. Such a whirlwind of emotions occuring at one time. Those are Feels Becoming a parent : The love that washes over you when you hold them. Knowing that this person is here because of you. The sudden weight of waiting to protect them from the world. Fear that you will fail them or hurt them. All the while feeling the greatest love. Those are Feels. Ending a relationship(any type): All good things must come to an end. The moment when you want to hold on so tight. The brief second when you feel like you would change everything to stop that person from leaving. Pain, love, hurt, fear and sometimes anger. Those are Feels. Death : Is horrible. Your whole world changes. Things literally change. The feeling of sadness. The gut wrenching knowledge that conversations, hugs and memories have ended. Death allows for one to feel a total lack of control and sudden abandonment. Those are Feels. These are not the only events that cause Feels. They can range from a new job, random social interaction and even spending time with family. Feels recently scared me. All of them happened at one time. Not that this is the first time I have experienced Feels, but most definitely the first time I was able to identify it as Feels. The term emotional roller coaster does not accurately describe how we as humans feel our feelings. We do not go from one emotion to the next. Feelings do not occur one at a time. It would be nice to be happy and that be only emotion you feel. Sadly that is not how it works. Happiness is often accompanied with fear of it ending. Sadness is accompanied with anger over why you are got hurt. Loneliness is felt because we once felt acceptance. Peace often comes after frustration. This might be the one time slang is the best description. Embrace the Feels. Acknowledge them, deal with them responsibly and prepare for the next life moment.
Feels
 Words have this awesome ability to change their meaning every so often. This typically starts as slang and then eventually it ends up in the dictionary as the norm. The newest word to my vocabulary is Feels. Which is defined in the urban dictionary as; A wave of emotions that sometimes cannot be adequately explained. So up in my feels I must go. 2018 was the year of Feels for me. The year was more of an emotional rollercoaster than when Gorilla Harambe died. Feelings were everywhere. The thing about life is it is messy. Super messy and emotional. The Feels that go along with each event are painful. Even if it is a good it is painful. First Kisses : That feeling of instant relief when the kiss starts. The moment when you know someone wants you. Suddenly then you begin to wondering if you are doing it right or if they like. Such a whirlwind of emotions occuring at one time. Those are Feels Becoming a parent : The love that washes over you when you hold them. Knowing that this person is here because of you. The sudden weight of waiting to protect them from the world. Fear that you will fail them or hurt them. All the while feeling the greatest love. Those are Feels. Ending a relationship(any type): All good things must come to an end. The moment when you want to hold on so tight. The brief second when you feel like you would change everything to stop that person from leaving. Pain, love, hurt, fear and sometimes anger. Those are Feels. Death : Is horrible. Your whole world changes. Things literally change. The feeling of sadness. The gut wrenching knowledge that conversations, hugs and memories have ended. Death allows for one to feel a total lack of control and sudden abandonment. Those are Feels. These are not the only events that cause Feels. They can range from a new job, random social interaction and even spending time with family. Feels recently scared me. All of them happened at one time. Not that this is the first time I have experienced Feels, but most definitely the first time I was able to identify it as Feels. The term emotional roller coaster does not accurately describe how we as humans feel our feelings. We do not go from one emotion to the next. Feelings do not occur one at a time. It would be nice to be happy and that be only emotion you feel. Sadly that is not how it works. Happiness is often accompanied with fear of it ending. Sadness is accompanied with anger over why you are got hurt. Loneliness is felt because we once felt acceptance. Peace often comes after frustration. This might be the one time slang is the best description. Embrace the Feels. Acknowledge them, deal with them responsibly and prepare for the next life moment.
Feels  Words have this awesome ability to change their meaning every so often. This typically starts as slang and then eventually it ends up in the dictionary as the norm. The newest word to my vocabulary is Feels. Which is defined in the urban dictionary as; A wave of emotions that sometimes cannot be adequately explained. So up in my feels I must go. 2018 was the year of Feels for me. The year was more of an emotional rollercoaster than when Gorilla Harambe died. Feelings were everywhere. The thing about life is it is messy. Super messy and emotional. The Feels that go along with each event are painful. Even if it is a good it is painful. First Kisses : That feeling of instant relief when the kiss starts. The moment when you know someone wants you. Suddenly then you begin to wondering if you are doing it right or if they like. Such a whirlwind of emotions occuring at one time. Those are Feels Becoming a parent : The love that washes over you when you hold them. Knowing that this person is here because of you. The sudden weight of waiting to protect them from the world. Fear that you will fail them or hurt them. All the while feeling the greatest love. Those are Feels. Ending a relationship(any type): All good things must come to an end. The moment when you want to hold on so tight. The brief second when you feel like you would change everything to stop that person from leaving. Pain, love, hurt, fear and sometimes anger. Those are Feels. Death : Is horrible. Your whole world changes. Things literally change. The feeling of sadness. The gut wrenching knowledge that conversations, hugs and memories have ended. Death allows for one to feel a total lack of control and sudden abandonment. Those are Feels. These are not the only events that cause Feels. They can range from a new job, random social interaction and even spending time with family. Feels recently scared me. All of them happened at one time. Not that this is the first time I have experienced Feels, but most definitely the first time I was able to identify it as Feels. The term emotional roller coaster does not accurately describe how we as humans feel our feelings. We do not go from one emotion to the next. Feelings do not occur one at a time. It would be nice to be happy and that be only emotion you feel. Sadly that is not how it works. Happiness is often accompanied with fear of it ending. Sadness is accompanied with anger over why you are got hurt. Loneliness is felt because we once felt acceptance. Peace often comes after frustration. This might be the one time slang is the best description. Embrace the Feels. Acknowledge them, deal with them responsibly and prepare for the next life moment.
Feels  Words have this awesome ability to change their meaning every so often. This typically starts as slang and then eventually it ends up in the dictionary as the norm. The newest word to my vocabulary is Feels. Which is defined in the urban dictionary as; A wave of emotions that sometimes cannot be adequately explained. So up in my feels I must go. 2018 was the year of Feels for me. The year was more of an emotional rollercoaster than when Gorilla Harambe died. Feelings were everywhere. The thing about life is it is messy. Super messy and emotional. The Feels that go along with each event are painful. Even if it is a good it is painful. First Kisses : That feeling of instant relief when the kiss starts. The moment when you know someone wants you. Suddenly then you begin to wondering if you are doing it right or if they like. Such a whirlwind of emotions occuring at one time. Those are Feels Becoming a parent : The love that washes over you when you hold them. Knowing that this person is here because of you. The sudden weight of waiting to protect them from the world. Fear that you will fail them or hurt them. All the while feeling the greatest love. Those are Feels. Ending a relationship(any type): All good things must come to an end. The moment when you want to hold on so tight. The brief second when you feel like you would change everything to stop that person from leaving. Pain, love, hurt, fear and sometimes anger. Those are Feels. Death : Is horrible. Your whole world changes. Things literally change. The feeling of sadness. The gut wrenching knowledge that conversations, hugs and memories have ended. Death allows for one to feel a total lack of control and sudden abandonment. Those are Feels. These are not the only events that cause Feels. They can range from a new job, random social interaction and even spending time with family. Feels recently scared me. All of them happened at one time. Not that this is the first time I have experienced Feels, but most definitely the first time I was able to identify it as Feels. The term emotional roller coaster does not accurately describe how we as humans feel our feelings. We do not go from one emotion to the next. Feelings do not occur one at a time. It would be nice to be happy and that be only emotion you feel. Sadly that is not how it works. Happiness is often accompanied with fear of it ending. Sadness is accompanied with anger over why you are got hurt. Loneliness is felt because we once felt acceptance. Peace often comes after frustration. This might be the one time slang is the best description. Embrace the Feels. Acknowledge them, deal with them responsibly and prepare for the next life moment.
Feels
 Words have this awesome ability to change their meaning every so often. This typically starts as slang and then eventually it ends up in the dictionary as the norm. The newest word to my vocabulary is Feels. Which is defined in the urban dictionary as; A wave of emotions that sometimes cannot be adequately explained. So up in my feels I must go. 2018 was the year of Feels for me. The year was more of an emotional rollercoaster than when Gorilla Harambe died. Feelings were everywhere. The thing about life is it is messy. Super messy and emotional. The Feels that go along with each event are painful. Even if it is a good it is painful. First Kisses : That feeling of instant relief when the kiss starts. The moment when you know someone wants you. Suddenly then you begin to wondering if you are doing it right or if they like. Such a whirlwind of emotions occuring at one time. Those are Feels Becoming a parent : The love that washes over you when you hold them. Knowing that this person is here because of you. The sudden weight of waiting to protect them from the world. Fear that you will fail them or hurt them. All the while feeling the greatest love. Those are Feels. Ending a relationship(any type): All good things must come to an end. The moment when you want to hold on so tight. The brief second when you feel like you would change everything to stop that person from leaving. Pain, love, hurt, fear and sometimes anger. Those are Feels. Death : Is horrible. Your whole world changes. Things literally change. The feeling of sadness. The gut wrenching knowledge that conversations, hugs and memories have ended. Death allows for one to feel a total lack of control and sudden abandonment. Those are Feels. These are not the only events that cause Feels. They can range from a new job, random social interaction and even spending time with family. Feels recently scared me. All of them happened at one time. Not that this is the first time I have experienced Feels, but most definitely the first time I was able to identify it as Feels. The term emotional roller coaster does not accurately describe how we as humans feel our feelings. We do not go from one emotion to the next. Feelings do not occur one at a time. It would be nice to be happy and that be only emotion you feel. Sadly that is not how it works. Happiness is often accompanied with fear of it ending. Sadness is accompanied with anger over why you are got hurt. Loneliness is felt because we once felt acceptance. Peace often comes after frustration. This might be the one time slang is the best description. Embrace the Feels. Acknowledge them, deal with them responsibly and prepare for the next life moment.
Feels
 Words have this awesome ability to change their meaning every so often. This typically starts as slang and then eventually it ends up in the dictionary as the norm. The newest word to my vocabulary is Feels. Which is defined in the urban dictionary as; A wave of emotions that sometimes cannot be adequately explained. So up in my feels I must go. 2018 was the year of Feels for me. The year was more of an emotional rollercoaster than when Gorilla Harambe died. Feelings were everywhere. The thing about life is it is messy. Super messy and emotional. The Feels that go along with each event are painful. Even if it is a good it is painful. First Kisses : That feeling of instant relief when the kiss starts. The moment when you know someone wants you. Suddenly then you begin to wondering if you are doing it right or if they like. Such a whirlwind of emotions occuring at one time. Those are Feels Becoming a parent : The love that washes over you when you hold them. Knowing that this person is here because of you. The sudden weight of waiting to protect them from the world. Fear that you will fail them or hurt them. All the while feeling the greatest love. Those are Feels. Ending a relationship(any type): All good things must come to an end. The moment when you want to hold on so tight. The brief second when you feel like you would change everything to stop that person from leaving. Pain, love, hurt, fear and sometimes anger. Those are Feels. Death : Is horrible. Your whole world changes. Things literally change. The feeling of sadness. The gut wrenching knowledge that conversations, hugs and memories have ended. Death allows for one to feel a total lack of control and sudden abandonment. Those are Feels. These are not the only events that cause Feels. They can range from a new job, random social interaction and even spending time with family. Feels recently scared me. All of them happened at one time. Not that this is the first time I have experienced Feels, but most definitely the first time I was able to identify it as Feels. The term emotional roller coaster does not accurately describe how we as humans feel our feelings. We do not go from one emotion to the next. Feelings do not occur one at a time. It would be nice to be happy and that be only emotion you feel. Sadly that is not how it works. Happiness is often accompanied with fear of it ending. Sadness is accompanied with anger over why you are got hurt. Loneliness is felt because we once felt acceptance. Peace often comes after frustration. This might be the one time slang is the best description. Embrace the Feels. Acknowledge them, deal with them responsibly and prepare for the next life moment.
Feels
 Words have this awesome ability to change their meaning every so often. This typically starts as slang and then eventually it ends up in the dictionary as the norm. The newest word to my vocabulary is Feels. Which is defined in the urban dictionary as; A wave of emotions that sometimes cannot be adequately explained. So up in my feels I must go. 2018 was the year of Feels for me. The year was more of an emotional rollercoaster than when Gorilla Harambe died. Feelings were everywhere. The thing about life is it is messy. Super messy and emotional. The Feels that go along with each event are painful. Even if it is a good it is painful. First Kisses : That feeling of instant relief when the kiss starts. The moment when you know someone wants you. Suddenly then you begin to wondering if you are doing it right or if they like. Such a whirlwind of emotions occuring at one time. Those are Feels Becoming a parent : The love that washes over you when you hold them. Knowing that this person is here because of you. The sudden weight of waiting to protect them from the world. Fear that you will fail them or hurt them. All the while feeling the greatest love. Those are Feels. Ending a relationship(any type): All good things must come to an end. The moment when you want to hold on so tight. The brief second when you feel like you would change everything to stop that person from leaving. Pain, love, hurt, fear and sometimes anger. Those are Feels. Death : Is horrible. Your whole world changes. Things literally change. The feeling of sadness. The gut wrenching knowledge that conversations, hugs and memories have ended. Death allows for one to feel a total lack of control and sudden abandonment. Those are Feels. These are not the only events that cause Feels. They can range from a new job, random social interaction and even spending time with family. Feels recently scared me. All of them happened at one time. Not that this is the first time I have experienced Feels, but most definitely the first time I was able to identify it as Feels. The term emotional roller coaster does not accurately describe how we as humans feel our feelings. We do not go from one emotion to the next. Feelings do not occur one at a time. It would be nice to be happy and that be only emotion you feel. Sadly that is not how it works. Happiness is often accompanied with fear of it ending. Sadness is accompanied with anger over why you are got hurt. Loneliness is felt because we once felt acceptance. Peace often comes after frustration. This might be the one time slang is the best description. Embrace the Feels. Acknowledge them, deal with them responsibly and prepare for the next life moment.