When someone decides to walk out of your heart, you can chose two things – to let them go, or to try to make them stay. Love means respecting the other person’s decision to move on. When you cling to someone, it shows your attachment to them, more than your love for them.… Read more
When the love you offer is not the love that someone wants, chances are they will walk away. But know this – you did not love that person any less. Your love is not defined by how it was received.… Read more
Your heart, though broken, is still capable of love.
Believe. Because perfect love drives out fear.… Read more
Three weeks into 2017, I was faced with the possibility of love, romance, and marriage. I clung to it, not knowing that it would be the source of much grief and pain for many months to come. In my impetuousness, I ran headlong into a relationship that was my undoing.… Read more
You know standards? Keep them.
Be open to review. But always have them in some form.
And when the cards are played, know when to fold.
It will define who you are, and who you end up with. And there are few things more empowering than knowing precisely where you stand, and where you refuse to fall.… Read more
2017 marked the tenth year of my singleness. Of not being in a long-term relationship, or of even dating. My friend remarked about my single status – it’s because you have high standards. I disagreed. My wish list for a partner is rather short, and kept to the essentials.… Read more
Sometimes love comes wrapped in old magazines and celotape. Not in beautiful gift paper and big bows.
When we focus on fancy packaging, we can miss out on what is being offered – a simple kind love, one that doesn’t call attention to itself.… Read more
When love ceases to be an emotion – that it when choosing to love matters most.… Read more