I’m thankful for all those families, new people, new traditions I’ve seen over the years. I’ll take all of what I’ve seen to make my future family’s Thanksgiving just how I always imagined it to be.
The common theme in all my journals unveiled a deeper issue: How badly I needed and wanted to be loved.
When single awareness is constantly in your face, it’s hard to combat it with positive thoughts about being alone.
Let me tell you, healing is ugly.
The days of waiting for others is over! You know you can go out by yourself right?
The first day I didn’t do anything but sleep. I never opened the curtains. When I woke up, ate something, watched some Netflix in bed then took some melatonin and went BACK to sleep.
The more time you spend alone, the more you will become comfortable with being alone.
The key is to feel the sadness, all of it. Don’t try to push it away. It will still be there. It’s okay to be sad.
It’s for the best, but I learned cutting people out of your life is not just good for you, it’s good for them too.
When a person quits responding to you, you might have a million thoughts going on in your mind. But don’t jump to conclusions too fast.