Over the past decade, I dived into dating apps in earnest, looking for the one — only to be disappointed and bored. I quit.
Being confident doesn't mean going after him. It's knowing your worth, it's preserving your dignity, it's putting up with no crap.
Having the courage to reveal your flaws, voice your fears, and speak your truth is actually attractive. So why aren't more people vulnerable?
If I can’t imagine a future with someone within the first few dates, I probably never will. And then it's sayonara.
I prepped for the future. I made major, life-changing decisions based on my plan.
And I was constantly disappointed when what I expected didn’t come to be.
When you’re single, no man has a hold on your heart, mood, emotions, time... no one has the power to shift the winds of your day. Single = safe.
We are so obsessed with being liked that we don’t even think about whether or not WE LIKE THEM...
Do you ever feel like you’ve collected a whole bunch of crap you don’t need for a reason you can’t place?
“I’d rather be single.” I’ve been coming to this realization, slowly but surely, over the last decade.
“M” was a man that checked every box. By all intents and purposes, “M” was perfect for me. So why weren't we a match?