Everyone has a story.
You craved normalcy. Simplicity. That comforting feeling like you finally belonged. But you never quite got there.
“You shouldn’t have to tell someone how to love you.”
If others couldn’t see my worth, I must not have any.
My personality. My dreams. My drive. My friends. My beliefs. They’d all changed. For a man. For love.
Emotions are neither intrinsically good nor bad – they just are.
Red lipstick is powerful.
We’ve all heard it before. Relationship advice tends to all sound the same after awhile. They tell us a happy and successful relationship with another person thrives on honesty, trust, communication, and love for one another.
Constructive criticism is the worst thing imaginable.
“When you love and accept yourself, when you know who really cares about you, and when you learn from your mistakes, then you stop caring about what people who don’t know you think.” -Beyoncé Knowles