When I lost my best friend, it felt like a break up with my longest relationship.
I want to surround myself with the people who see the kindness in the world, the people with soft hearts, and forgiving souls.
With men, let’s face it, they want to get in our pants–even if they’re willing to work for it–ultimately, that’s what it comes down to.
If you’re constantly comparing your life to other’s then you will never be satisfied. You will never appreciate what you have in front of you because you will always be hoping for more.
Friendship shouldn’t be difficult. It shouldn’t be an act of congress to get together. There shouldn’t be a set of conditions that must be filled before you can call someone up. Most importantly, it shouldn’t be one-sided.
It’s like asking God for the right person to show up but when the right person shows up, you’re not there to open the door. Instead, your friend opens the door and says hi to your right person.
Checking your Snapchat story for evidence of just how terrible you were.
This is not the first time I’ve seen a woman question why men can’t be content to stay in the “friend zone” of their relationship, and it surely won’t be the last.
Monica And Richard: You have no interest in the commitment-phobic mess that is the modern dating scene.
You were my shoulder. You were my person. And, no matter how much we move on, a part of me will never stop missing you.