I mean I know a lot of women who always have someone, whether it’s an infatuation or a new guy she’s dating or an ex she’s back together with or a best guy friend she thinks she’s starting to fall in love with. I don’t think that is healthy, I mean certainly it is healthy to love, and sometimes I think it would be nice to be reminded that such strong, intense passionate feelings are even possible, but ultimately I never ever want to love anyone more than myself. Never wanna need anyone, never wanna depend on a man for anything other than company and support. I think self-love is the most comfortable and the most valuable; […] maybe self-love is what I’ve gotten used to?
—  my khomegerl Nat
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we can just go everywhere together and be super encouraging all the time. that’s either really cute or really weird. haha.

I’d definitely be on board with that, but could you imagine being a bystander? “Hey Natalie, you have great listening skills and pretty, long hair. You can do anything you set your mind to!” *picks up a copy of Vogue while sitting next to you at the dentist’s*