1. Am I really okay? Was my day actually good?
When is the last time your roommate asked you how your day was? And when is the last time you told them anything other than “good?” Think about this question next time you are asked about your day or your mood. Unless your roommate is a meth-addled sociopath, they will probably listen and even sympathize when you tell them that your chauvinist scumbag boss tried to make a pass at you again. Much has been said about the importance of talking about the bad things, but you have to start somewhere.
2. Is this any of my business?
No matter who you are or what you do, you have enough to think about. Next time you feel the urge to jump in to another person’s juicy bit of gossip, massive personal challenge, or conflict, ask yourself this question. Then, you…
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