I don’t consider myself cutthroat, savage, or heartless, but I’m honest and for me that is plenty. By remaining honest about who I am and what I have to offer it’s hard for anything to disrupt my aura without my explicit consent. You not finna move me.
I’m not interested in having a conversation about why women should or shouldn’t have children. I’m more interested in people getting comfortable with women making decisions free of influence and societal demands.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed with debt, I feel you. Try not to compare your situation with anyone else’s, not even mine, do what YOU have to do, do what suits YOUR needs, budget, and ability.
I do not consider myself “smart” per se. I’m aware of my intelligence, but the idea of being smart (to me) is based on knowing more than others. I reject that. I have never equated intelligence to a piece of paper, and I never will. I don’t need my intelligence to be validated. Period.
Through introspection I have learned to get to know myself all over again. My introspection gave me the strength to be vulnerable, negative, mad, sad, depressed, and then gave me the strength to overcome it.
This is about how I didn’t deal with the death of my father and how it manifested into pure hell. It happened to me, but it did not become me.
My intentions are always clear, whether I’m looking for a job, making new friends, asking a random question, or looking for a romantic partner, whatever the hell it is, I’m real with it.