Humans of UTM

Second Year, Psychology

After she shared her outlook on accepting her friends as family, I was compelled to ask her how she came up with that kind ofphilosophy:

“I think maybe because my family is also very rollercoaster-like.
We have a lot of happy moments where we’re always laughing and always happy,
and a lot of moments where we’re angry at each other and we’re bitter and we
feel maybe a sense of hate… and it kind of makes it a little more
uncomfortable. But you take that uncomfortableness and you find comfortableness
in that uncomfortableness for you to
hold onto… and that’s what love is, you know? Love isn’t perfect. Love is
accepting each other for who they are.”