“I want him to make me laugh the first time I meet him. And I don’t mean I want to be treated to a standup comedy show the first time I meet someone, but I need to know that you have a sense of humor, because I know that’s something I find really attractive.”
Your room is a disaster zone. BUT it’s not a disgusting disaster zone. It’s still (surprisingly) hygienic in its clutter and chaos.
I will stop questioning my worth and trust that I bring value to myself and those around me.
Even when we delete, erase, do our best to make it appear that chapter is done, we won’t ever fully scrub ourselves clean. We can always go back. We can find ghosts as easily as scrolling back 57 weeks.
“Being funny the first time you meet someone makes such a good first impression. When a girl makes me laugh, I want to be around her.”
“What you feel is valid.”
Considering yourself an independent woman doesn’t cancel out a desire for companionship. Not to mention, the ultimate ~*~*independent lady~*~ Queen Bey has been married for 8 years.
Pretend to know the victim. Walk up to them and start a conversation with things like “Hey, I’ve been looking for you!” or “Hi, what’s up! It’s been so long!”
The friend who doesn’t listen to you, at all, ever. Friendship is a conversation, not a one-sided monologue where one person talks, and the other person listens.
Quit coffee? Sacrilege.