In almost all of your choices, there is an understanding and no judgment. Your partner values your dreams, goals, and opinions. You are often encouraged to be better than you were yesterday.
“All I wanted back then was to rest for a while, appreciate life, and experience what it feels like to be out of college. I felt so free for the first time in years. I had nothing to worry about anymore, because I was done. I did what I was told – to finish my studies before anything else. There were no more rules, and I was finally on my own.”
Embracing all of your flaws is the best gift you could ever give to yourself.
The man I have prayed for the longest time – is unfortunately already married to someone he loves dearly. There’s nothing I can do but wish them well, while I take my time in accepting the reality.
At first, it wouldn’t be comfortable – nothing ever is, really.
It’s how society has brainwashed us, that if a man isn’t like this, or if he isn’t doing this for me – then he’s not “the man I want to be with.”
It’s okay to not know where you’re going, or what you’ll be doing. Take it easy, because nobody really has it all figured out.
As they say, love is all sorts of complicated. A lot of people would tell you, self-love is the best kind.