I make my own decisions, I decide who to fall in love with, who to let in, who can break my heart this year and who can’t, so what does it have to do with you, father?
They should never make me feel guilty of expressing my thoughts, feelings, and emotions. They shouldn’t make me feel guilty of being me.
By 31 I have lived to understand that heartbreaks and heartquakes are inevitable when in love, and I better learn to live with them than run away and devaluate this feeling.
Money changes the little things in life, but not the big ones.
First off, shout out to my mom and dad for allowing me to move back in with them after I spent all my money and had no where else to go.
Don’t wilt, but bloom.
If you are the unlucky parent of a child with a spirit larger than life, here’s my two cents: stop crushing your child’s dreams.
She learned about love and relationships the hard way because she had no guidance and no example to follow. She had to learn from trial and error which is why she doesn’t always get it right because she’s still learning.
Big events will never be the same again. My parents will never get to see the person their daughter grew up to be.
I want them to grow up knowing that you do not only have to adapt to one certain society; there is beauty in being diverse.