Take your time, because I’ve realized that the more times you lose yourself, you end up coming back with more of yourself than you ever had before.
I think I’d much prefer it this way until I hold hands with someone who makes me feel like the stars tangled themselves between our fingers.
I want to at least attempt to look like I belong here — like, ohhh, yeah, another Netflix premiere? I am at one of these things at least four times a month.
You don’t have to go jumping from relationship to relationship until you find the right person.
Smile because you are surviving. And sometimes, that’s all anyone can do.
Learn how to date yourself. Learn how to cherish moments alone. Learn how to experience life with the unique perspective that you were born with.
If Father’s Day leaves you feeling lonely and reminds you of what you do not have, you are not alone. Remember who and what you do have, and know that “fathers” don’t have to be biological and they don’t have to be men.
No matter our journey, what connects us is this—the idea that no matter who we are, where we are, or what’s going on in our lives—we are not alone.
There is something that embarrasses me about the idea of someone discovering my body.
Traveling alone scared me, but it also allowed me the opportunity to discover something that I always had inside of me.