Dating and breakups
When I was in my 20s a breakup meant I only left my bed to go to work—or fine, to the bar. An even better mood booster when you’re a single mom going through a breakup? My goal wasn’t to get a thigh gap (Seriously, world? In addition, I wrote a book and worked in editorial magazine offices. There is truth that not every single human being needs a partner to complete them. Like throw yourself on the floor, limp as hell painful. After dating on and off for four years since becoming a single mom (that was hysterical), I thought I finally found a keeper. Check it: He’s in your life, you’re in his shirt, he knows your drink and that you take your coffee with skim milk and sugar—on what planet does it make sense to end this party ever? A handsome, dapper man that smelled fresh from the shower all the time (ALL THE TIME! HE WAS SO CLEAN.)It lasted a blissful one year and then it was over, like the end of a book. One of the best things about meeting someone new is getting to share yourself with them. You are not a bad person, you are not unlovable — you are, in fact, a true gem!