Christopher S. Nawojczyk

Christopher Nawojczyk is a creative entrepreneur, web developer, blogger, athlete, flautist, artist, and incoming lawyer of US Constitutional Law. He served in the US Marine Corps as a commissioned officer (2006-2012) with prior enlisted duty. He lives in San Diego County, California and is originally from Massachusetts.

The Dating and Relationship Disaster of 2018

The last few years of dating have seen a surge of convenience from dating apps, public outcry from rape and harassment awareness (i.e. Me Too movement), and austerity from ongoing economic hardship. These factors created a perfect storm for an illusioned, fearfully confused, and financially broke culture of young people who are trying desperately to …

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The Light of the Creator Exists in Us Among Suffering

The Creator is the unconditional force of love and bestowal. From a scientific perspective, God is the Source of all life as we know it. Though death is presumed to be the other side of this coin, it has nothing to do with the Creator actually. Darkness is the polar opposite of light, and is …

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Live Fearless: An Authentic Approach to Friend-Zone, Vulnerability and Breaking Up

The Internet is chalk-full of conflicting advice in a dating culture that did not have “relationship experts” just twenty-years ago. Back in 1998, there was no industry of coaches and counselors who offered paid sessions where to offer advice on your particular dating or relationship issue. Just do a Google search for something like, “Tell …

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When Money is Lost: The Ability to Make it Again is All That Matters

This evening I got back home to Ramona, CA, after a Thursday night of hanging out at the Yellow Deli Café in Vista. I played my fife for a few hours down at the San Diego waterfront. To my surprise, my brown leather briefcase was missing from the trunk of my car where I always …

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