I found myself suppressing my “girly-girl” side, and I wasn’t totally sure on how to connect the dots between that and what was happening with my career choice.
When you are a child of divorce, you don’t believe in marriage or happy endings anymore. You believe that at some point, a relationship will end and that’s that.
I have realized that my worth is not measured by how many times someone swipes right to me, or how many dates I go on, or how many people I can talk to. My worth is measured by my own actions, feelings, and thoughts. It is measured by my hopes, dreams, and aspirations. It is measured by my kindness to others and my wonder about the world.
One person can really ruin everything. Whether it’s with their actions or their words or opinions, just don’t let it bother you and keep on keepin’ on.
Unfortunately, watching John Belushi in a toga didn’t really prepare me for the bad and unexpected kinks so far.
It’s a complex yet important and inevitable meeting that determines not just their impression of you, but the possible fate of your entire relationship.
Lately, there has been plenty of debate and commentary over whether or not true chivalry still exists today, and honestly it’s a 50/50 split.
No one thinks to look up or walk without ear buds in anymore because what’s the point, right?