This is why ‘Fitch the Homeless’ is an insult to homeless people.
‘Wanna help the homeless? Try not furthering the stigma surrounding homelessness by insisting that a brand being associated with homelessness would surely be less desirable or wanted. Wanna stick it to Abercrombie and Fitch? Easy Peasy! Don’t give them your money! It’s a simple solution that doesn’t involve stepping on the backs of the homeless in place of a soapbox.’
After the accident, I went through a period where I would make a little list every day of all the things happening that made me happy, or that I was thankful or grateful for. Focusing some time on positive things every day (no matter how seemingly small or unimportant) helped me feel grounded, and when I feel some focus on very small things that are good in life, it makes bigger problems seem inconsequential. I’m going to start doing that again, and documenting those lists here.