A breakup doesn’t have to be the end; it can be the beginning of a new chapter in your life.
From feeling anxious and insecure to being happily married and thriving in my career, I’ve learned to embrace my authentic self, prioritise privacy, and reject societal expectations that don’t align with my values or interests.
It’s okay to make mistakes.
But, unlike a real hurricane, my anxiety wasn’t untamable.
A logical explanation and a practical solution.
This dating-break is the best gift I’ve ever given to myself.
The becoming of a person — there’s nothing to be ashamed of.
If you want a healthy and happy life, you need to start from yourself — and it means 2 things.
Feelings are not “calls to action.” You should not factor them in your decision-making process.
Doing morally ambiguous things — even moderately — for instant gratification while assuming minimal consequences is short-sighted at best.
Part of me is still holding onto what I always knew while the rest is progressively rewriting the narrative of me.
The trouble occurs when you look outside of yourself to fill up the inside.
Be careful — you might be trying in vain to achieve other people’s definitions of success.
Is it worth it? Did it work? What issues were resolved exactly? And many more questions *truthfully* answered.
I used to have severe dating anxiety and an anxious attachment style. Now, I’m secure. This is exactly how I did it.
Believe that you’re exactly where you need to be and you will get to where you want to be.
I would desperately try to do this, change that, hoping to earn the “beautiful” status as my naive mind was fed the belief that being beautiful meant being loved.
Over the last couple of decades, personality testing has increased multi-fold and evolved into a 2 billion dollar industry with interest from both individuals and corporations. It’s time for you to learn how to interpret these different personality tests and understand yourself better.
Your twenties are a critical decade when you collect identity capitals and build the foundation for your life. There are plenty of value-adding things you could do to improve and enjoy yourself more instead of giving your heart away to someone who doesn’t know how to appreciate it.
For the first time in my life, I actually don’t feel bad about being perpetually single or rushed to change my relationship status.