The Quiet* posted a quote
October 1, 2023 4:51pm UTC
It's scary to see how much has changed and also nothing has changed. if you told me this year I'd lose my comfort job if you told me this year I'd lose my best friend if you told me this year I'd lose myself I wouldn't believe you. I don't know where to go from here.
After a girl gets out of a toxic relationship, she's single for a long time. At first, it's lonely in the begining, it's hard. For a little while it even hurts. But after a certain amount of time, she embraces being single and finds it empowering knowing that she doesn't need a man to be happy. But once a girl gets comfortable with being single, it's hard for her to be mentally attracted to anyone. Once a girl gets familiar with being on her own, it's hard for her to be emotionally connected to anyone. Once a girl gets used to taking care of herself, it's hard for her to be dependent on anyone. The reason behind that is, she's not trying to go back to that dark place she was in before, she's not trying to waste her time on a guy who's gonna turn out to be undeserving, and she's not trying to end up with the wrong one. She's spent a lot of time detoxifying herself and finding herself again and the last thing she needs is for another toxic guy to come along and cause her to lose herself again. So yeah , it may require extra attention, it may require effort , and it may require time but if you somehow manage to get her to not want to be single anymore, then you're gonna get a girl who's whole again, who's secure enough, and who's ready to love and be loved again.
Embracing the beauty within, I've come to to the understand that self-love is the most powerful kind of love. I cheerish every part of who I am, celebrating my strengths and embracing my flaws. With each step I take, I walk the path of self-discovery, self-acceptance, and genuine happiness.