When you suddenly realize your own worth, it won’t be so hard to finally close that door.
I want to teach women that they have more to offer the world than their bodies, looks, and sexuality. I’m pretty impressive. I have something to say, yet when I meet someone for the first time the question I always leave with is, “Did they think I was pretty?”
Hurting someone else, will not fill you up. Hurting someone’s ego, will not give you confidence. Trying to destroy someone else, is not going to help you love yourself.
Be patient. Be gentle. Her past is full of goodbyes, and tears that have watered countless weeds. Her past is full of open wounds and of half loving hearts. So, be the person who changes her future.
Every time Facebook brings up one of your Timehop photos, there’s a 96% chance that she’ll be in it.
We need to engage in open, healthy, civilized online discussions instead of calling the people in question derogatory names to satisfy our own self-righteousness.
When you look at me, at any woman, respect her enough to see past her exterior.
Being extremely happy in a long-term, committed relationship. Or being single AF and loving it. Or being single AF and hating it.
Work on judging less. We’re all human and we all do it. But if you look at each person you meet as someone with a story that’s just as long and as complicated as yours, it will be easier for you to look at them as a whole, outside of the temporary light in which you’re seeing them.
Save old selfies. On the days when you are lying in bed with nothing to do, post one of those old but HOT pictures of yourself. Likes guaranteed.