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For All The 20-Something Girls Who Feel Like Screwups | Fox&Co. Mental Health
Author Article Apparently, I have been doing my twenties all wrong. Apparently, I'm supposed to raise my standards in my twenties. I'm not supposed to fall for anyone and everyone who gives me the slightest bit of affection. I'm not supposed to stare at my phone for days on end, waiting for a specific text from a specific person. I'm not supposed to get excited when someone puts the absolute minimum amount of effort into me. I'm not supposed to accept such poor treatment when I deserve so much more. Apparently, I'm supposed to stop caring about people who couldn't care less about me. I'm supposed to remove toxic people from my world — and from my mind. I'm supposed to stop replaying the moments we spent together. I'm supposed to stop asking myself what went wrong. I'm supposed to accept they are bad for me. I'm supposed to move on. I'm supposed to forget about them, even though I loved them. Apparently, I'm supposed to practice self-care. I'm not supposed to stuff myself with fast food