The last thing a single woman needs is more blame.
You’re not stuck to a life of isolation and despair. You aren’t missing out on anything.
You are worth far more than a label that limits you. And who you are as a person is not defined by whether or not you’re loved, or loving someone.
I took my broken heart and transformed it into art, into something permanent. I spent this time to sit quietly and listen to my powerful insights.
Sometimes, it’s a person’s decision to be single. Sometimes, people just don’t want a significant other. And it doesn’t mean that anything is wrong with them. It doesn’t mean that they are lonely. It doesn’t mean that their standards are too high.
This is your life and your life only, so do whatever you want!
This kind of love feels peaceful, even in the stormy days.
One day you’re going to wake up and not feel the void inside of your heart. And one day, you’re going to wake up and not miss the warm body that used to lay next to you.
I will not be with someone who views my son as ‘baggage.’
For me, dating is an entire world of anxiety. What do I wear? What if he takes me home? What if he kills me? What if I have nothing to say? Do I write notes in my phone for discussion topics? What if I choke and I die while he’s talking about his cute dogs to me?