Do anything to make sure you’re not miserable.
Don’t let it ruin yours
Do women lose value as they age?
Any privilege associated with being a woman seems to be a double-edged sword.
Women shouldn’t be a niche.
The biggest mistake a woman would make is to be with a man who isn’t right for her.
Here’s the frank truth—Casual sex isn’t a good deal for women.
What to expect when moving on in your forties?
I didn’t understand why women had a problem with men catcalling them until I got myself some self-worth.
If you’re in your late teens or early twenties, you have no business being with a man significantly older than you.
The fundamental difference between a girl and a woman in relationships and how to become the woman of your dream.
You need to advocate for yourself and make decisions that prioritise your well-being and dignity at all times.
You’re more than being someone’s partner, someone’s girlfriend, someone’s wife, someone’s sexual escape.
The guy who likes the chase is the guy who cares about feeding his ego more than getting to know you.
Please remember that for the flower to keep blossoming, you can’t cut it from its muddy roots.
What you need is to understand is that life is not so black and white. Having a job, a degree, and whatever else isn’t the whole puzzle.
When someone decides you’re not the one for them, don’t argue with them. Don’t try to prove to them they’re wrong. Tell them you understand. Tell them you respect their decision.
Being strong isn’t putting up a cold, hard exterior to protect myself from getting hurt again. Being strong is loving and showing I care regardless. More than that, it means loving myself and choosing happiness every single day. And being strong is also being able to walk away from things that aren’t meant for me.
A smart woman is also aware of her privileges, disadvantages and weaknesses. She doesn’t try to hide them but she faces them and grows with them.
Being a girl is hard because my body and sexuality is somehow everyone’s business. I’m judged for the clothes I wear, the people I’m with and every little choice I make about what to do with my own body.