We kind of knew the moment we moved in together it wasn’t going to work out.
Whenever it didn’t work out it left me in a state of I couldn’t even remember who I was at the end.
I’m a great person.
I’m a great material here what is going on?
I need to back away from this. I need to stop trying to mold myself to whom I am dating.
I wasn’t quite as self-aware back then.
What about me? What do I really want?
I would always try to make whatever situation I was in work.
It was about tuning into my intuition more.
I had a set of expectations for everyone I dated and it sabotaged me.
I need to be honest about what works for me.
How do I want to refocus my interests?
Where do I feel most alive and like myself?
I went to a bad audition in a basement. The bass player asked about me and started emailing me. We’re coming up on our 14th anniversary.
You kind of have to show up with who you are. That vibe is going to catch the right vibe. I think that makes for the best base of a relationship.
We definitely bring out the best in each other.
There’s something kind of sexy about rock stars. You think you have to fit this certain mold if you do anything in the spotlight.
I wish more people would embrace the parts of themselves they love.
Try to immerse yourself in the things you love. Ultimately that is going to bring you closer to what you really want.
People are going to question your intentions and your expertise.
I love to look for patterns. Dig in and tune into where you feel good about yourself and where you’re having fun and scribble down what those things are.
Surround yourself with people who get you.
What do I need to tell myself or what do I need to believe to make the best of this.
Doing what I love is going to find me love.