[…] I have to tell you, even at my young age I have found myself in relationships that I knew had no future. I knew I wasn’t in love with a guy. I knew I wasn’t gonna fall in love with a guy. He wasn’t in love with me. He wasn’t in love with me, but I stayed with him. Why? Because it was comfortable. It was nice to have someone sitting next to you on the couch loading the bong while I search Netflix. It’s nice. But a marriage of convenience will always end in heartbreak, especially if it never ends. You think I’m crazy. So if you find yourself in a relationship and you know it’s going nowhere, don’t be afraid to get out of it, cause here’s the thing: it’s like we’ve been conditioned to believe that we are all looking for our other half, which implies that we are all half people and so we are all in a relationship, but you’re not half people. You’re all whole. We are all whole fucking people. So, if you have to be single, it’s not a bad thing. There’s a lot of power in that, because if you just end up in a relationship just because it’s comfortable, you’ll find yourself one day down the road wish you would have gotten out while you had the chance.