I’m not bitter. I also haven’t lost my faith in love.
Oh, we all know him. We’ve all had versions of him burst into our lives and wreak havoc as they exit.
I thought that since I was nearly 30, I had to find someone to settle for, who was willing to settle for me.
My advice? Give the Universe and it’s capital U the finger, quit self-pity and fall in love with your life on your own terms.
Anything forced will always be temporary and anyone who diminishes your self-worth will never be the person who brings out the best in you.
You stop blaming yourself for things.
You have a long list of excuses to stay, but not a single actual reason to.
Self-respect means walking away from anyone who makes you feel like you aren’t good enough, like you are only a burden, like you are inherently worthless — because you know that’s not the truth.
Taking control of your narrative. Correcting people when they misspeak, or have incorrect assumptions about you and your life.
Changing your perspective on a situation can mean the world of difference in how you approach deviations and adversity. Dismiss useless and toxic thoughts as they don’t serve you, but only hinder you instead.