Working on yourself, loving yourself, and bettering yourself is what will open the gates to having the love you’ve always wanted.
You think once you cross a certain point the worry will end … as soon as he calls me his girlfriend… as soon as we move in together … as soon as we get engaged … as soon as we set a date, but the end never comes. It’s a trap.
Here’s the thing about mixed messages. They don’t actually exist, they are completely a female creation.
You’ll have to go on some mediocre dates. You might even kiss a few frogs.
As if dating isn’t hard enough, we now have to figure out how to close the chapters of the book ourselves.
Stop bringing past arguments into current circumstances. When you use situations from the past as a weapon, you’re inadvertently soliciting resentment in your relationship.
I’ll never understand why you have to send less emojis so you don’t sound too excited.
I am sick of hearing the dating advice to “let things evolve naturally” or “what will be will be.”
Loving yourself is not a destination. Loving yourself is a muscle you build. It’s a choice you make, every single day, in the same way, you must choose to love another person through the good times and the bad.
Whenever you catch yourself stressing, try to remind yourself that this is a huge waste of time and you’re getting nowhere.