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Dating oneself

If wearing half sleeved shirt/ kurti reveals body hair on her arms, I would entwine my fingers with hers, look deep into her eyes & re-assure , being feminine isn’t simply about having smooth , supple and waxed limbs.

(Side effects of a good upbringing you see:-D)Carrying the same handbag for almost every function (that too during hostel days ) doesn’t make her a miser , plus you can obviously know that she also doesn't depend on BAE to fulfill her materialistic needs, rather she's someone who would advise you to sensibly spend ( or not spend) your hard earned cash.

( Plus point) ;-)When roommates despise her for not / never having had a man in her life, I’ll tell them I am so proud my girl doesn’t judge her self worth by the presence / absence of a Y chromosome in her life.

I wanted a man to like me so I could feel loved and validated. I had to try new things and figure out what activities I liked, and which ones I needed to stay away from. I learned that I can ride thirty-five miles on a bike and love it. I stopped wearing most of the makeup I had worn thinking it made me look good so men would like me. I stared at myself in the mirror and told myself over and over that I am beautiful, even though I didn’t believe it.

Determining what you want before you start dating someone new is absolutely essential so you can ensure you’re both on the same page.

If you don’t know what you want, how do you expect them to know what to give you?

When she is silent and a constant inner turmoil is causing her pain and turning her mind into a battlefield, I’d hold her tight & kiss her forehead letting her know that she is my proud warrior.

Its about perseverance and resilience in the face of adversity, a reinforcement, of the positive attitude that she has been carrying for way too long, Its her big dreams and not her big and perky breasts that makes her enticing.

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I wanted to be able to feel my body, not the clothes pinching me. I stopped looking at men as the answer to my problems and started looking at myself to solve them.