“I fell for a man who lives on the other side of an ocean and doesn’t believe in monogamy. he likes me, but i like him oh so much more. how do i mend my broken heart and prove to myself how much better off i am without him?”
Any one who you have to convince to be with you isn’t worth convincing.
All ex-lovers deserve a second chance, with somebody else.
My workplace requires a uniform - an atrocious black polo shirt that’s three sizes too big for me, khaki slacks or skirt (below the knee), and closed toe shoes. How can I make my outfit more stylish and show off my slender figure?”
I would question further employment there. Any job that makes you dress this way relishes in punishing their female employees. A woman’s pleasing figure is a strong asset. Any company that doesn’t know that doesn’t deserve your sweat.
image via “this isn’t happiness”
Joan: How much of a facade should I keep up in front of my boyfriend? I don’t want to be fake, but also want to be alluring enough so he’ll propose.
Men are so burdened with the roles they have to play —boss, father, faithful husband. Always rational, always in control. If you want to hook a man for good you need let him slip out of his role. Let him feel transported to a world of pleasure when you’re together. Pick and choose these times carefully. Reflect his fantasies but don’t be a damned doormat.
If you want the girl next door, you should go next door.
This post was reblogged from ✿ DD ✿.
“What do you think of the institution of marriage?”
Who wants to be institutionalized?
“How are you dealing with all this increased attention?”
I never thought it’d be such an honor to be on so many dashboards.
Don’t let him talk to you like that.
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