I’d rather have a muffin top than to go on a awful date that makes me want to throw up. I’d rather gain a few pounds than be with someone who doesn’t love me in the same way. I’d rather eat alone in my apartment, then go through a really awkward and anxiety inducing date.
They say if you love someone, let them go. So now I’m setting you free.
Do not focus on trying to find someone new to please. Sit with yourself for as long as you can until you are completely sure you understand what makes you tick.
When I think of marriage, I’ve finally come to accept that you and I are not meant to be.
Not being obsessed with Likes and Followers. Because being liked and getting friends on the internet won’t matter to you anymore.
I don’t blame it entirely on him or me but I blame it on my age. I felt like my life was ruined.
“Don’t you want what everyone else has?”
At 26, I’m not ready to be married yet, but I find many in the Midwest who are.
Meet people. Go on dates. Try new places. Eat new foods. Figure out what kind of person you’re into and what you really value in a relationship. Learn what things you can’t tolerate and what makes you giddy with excitement. Talk to people. Open up. Love wildly.
“The very small things are very important because that’s what you have over time. So do nice things for each other and say thanks and be kind to each other. These things absolutely, absolutely, absolutely add up. The big things are important too, but I would argue that these little things are actually more important in the end.”