We don’t want to be tied down to one person anymore because the grass is always greener somewhere else, am I right?
The Single Girl’s Guide To Living And Laughing (And Sometimes Loving) is a book full of essays on the different stages of love.
What I’m always scared of is the person who I will be committing myself to. I’m scared of what that person could do to me once I commit myself to him. I don’t know if it’s normal, but it’s that part of commitment I’m afraid of.
Having the need for constant contact can be a huge turnoff. Relying on another person for 100% of your happiness well inevitably leave you disappointed.
When you love a girl who is used to being on her own, you’re loving a girl who is scared by the possibility of ever having to relearn how to do that. You’re saying, “Please let me in,” while she’s saying, “Please don’t go.”
I know by shutting my heart off I’m not getting any closer to finding love, but that’s okay because honestly I’m not looking.
Just because I chose to be strong does not mean I closed my door to possibilities. You just know my cover, not the depths of my soul. You haven’t seen me cry as I slowly pick up and rebuilt every piece of my once shattered self.
Being single is not the end of the world. Being single is not as negative as the world makes it seem. You don’t need a relationship to be content. You’ve got yourself to cheer you on. And right now, that is all you need.
People like to feel needed. And I can no longer give them that.
I am not asking you to give up hope, but to live a little for yourself.