NyashaMayne | Single Lane
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Do you ever spend time by yourself? Just you. By one. Solo. Do you think that spending time by yourself is normal, especially when you know you can call your friends to hang out; or have your partner as your +1 (plus one in all activities); or just call someone because you don't want to do something by yourself? Why is this concept of solo-time (time spent in your own company) such a foreign concept to some?

Being an option just isn't good enough. You want them to pick you because you know that you are worth it; but when that doesn't happen, you know it is time to move on. They have all the perks of a girlfriend, without you actually having that title, and that isn't right. We are grown folk. And as grown folk, we need to be able to be straight-up with each-other.