Realize that part of your capabilities are recognizing that it’s okay to feel burdened, confused, or lost, but that you’re also capable of changing it at any time.
No one gets through life unscathed. No one gets through life without loss and death and grief.
1. Experience will only take you so far on a job interview; you have to show them that you have the passion and determination to get the job done.
It’s much more than the cost of a wedding that is luring millennials toward elopement; it’s the familial pressure to conform.
Actual grief—from the anger to the depression to the eventual acceptance—doesn’t benefit from platitudes because you’ve finally emerged wiser and with a content understanding that how you feel is valid.
You’re not as easily rattled when you find out someone doesn’t like you.
This body has given me my life’s purpose. There’s no justification for being cruel to it. I just wish the fashion industry catered to it.
Mental exhaustion over wanting and waiting for months, sometimes years on end.
One day, you’ll see this for what it is. And one day, you’ll finally understand that you deserved better.
Things will start to get marginally better.