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I Love Beautiful Independent Single Ladies:

It’s better to love yourself, accept yourself, take care of yourself, work for your well being and cherish your existence and achievements first before anything else. It’s addicting to want to be in a fullfilling relationship and to be genuinely loved and accepted. Its addicting to want a bf that honestly compliments you, shows you off, acts like a complete gentleman to you, says nothing negative about you, showers you with gifts, just has eyes for you only and wants to marry you. Sadly this “world” doesn’t revolve like that because if it did, EVERYBODY would stick to one partner for life. But there’s a limit to it. I think no woman should rely their entire happiness on a man’s approval…nor should anybody feel the need to constantly publicize their relationship non stop on social media sites to show that they are genuinely happy. I rather be a fucking cat lady because I wouldn’t want to be happy that way. Im tired of always feeling offended or sad because I depend my happiness on a bf. There’s always someone out there for you no matter what. Only you will know whether you are an honestly good person or not. Its a very sickening feeling when you’re always worried, offended, sad, dramatic and arguing in a relationship. Who has the time for that in this era? I ask myself that right now. Life is too short to be distressed. I guess another way to look at it, is to be mature and be grateful if you have a special someone to share your time with. Im proud of single moms out there and single independent ladies.

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You will always be too much of something for someone: too big, too loud, too soft, too edgy. If you round out your edges, you lose your edge.

Apologize for mistakes. Apologize for unintentionally hurting someone — profusely. But don’t apologize for being who you are.

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-Danielle Laporte
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