“Be proud of who you are, not ashamed of how someone else sees you.” ~Unknown “When was your last relationship?” my hairdresser asked as she twisted the curling wand into my freshly blow-dried hair. “Erm, around two years ago.” I lied. “Why did you break up?” she asked. “Oh, he had a lot of issues.
It wasn’t really working out.” I lied again. I had gotten quite good at this, lying to hide my shame over being in my early thirties and never having been in a serious relationship.
I had learned to think on my feet; that way, no one would ever call me out. The last thing I needed was people’s pity and judgment.Read more on tinybuddha.com