” It was as though there was something wrong with me because I was single.
But the irony was I was having a blast and there was no lack of men in my life unlike what the label might seem.
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And the following looks would allow me to see exactly what was going through their mind.
“What’s wrong with her, is she is being too needy, is she being too desperate, is she partying too much, is she scaring the men away somehow?
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But being a former family mediator and assisting people through divorces, what I got to see was people not having enough time to work out what they really wanted for themselves and just follow with what I call the “should do” curse, living their life thinking what they were doing was what should be done.