Knowing how to enjoy your own company is something that will immediately:
- Change your life and luck.
- Improve the quality of your relationships.
- Rid your life of emotional vampires in a drama-free way.
- Guarantee that you will no longer be needy and dependent on anyone to dictate your worth, mental/physical health, and happiness.
You are only considered “needy” when you put your fundamental emotional needs in the hands of anyone other than yourself.
When you truly know how to enjoy your own company, you are immune to a “needy” label.
Narcissists and other toxic types start to WISH someone like you needed them.
And those who are emotionally and empathetically available start to WANT you because you are now attractive to them.
It is a self-made, self-imposed league of your own. It is also the foundation of emotional entrepreneurism.
There is a big difference between being wanted and needed; between genuinely wanting someone and needing their physical presence (even though they may be emotionally absent) like you need oxygen to survive.
You’re still reading this post because you have, with the best of intentions, willingly given over the keys to a one-of-a-kind, priceless vehicle that only YOU are meant to drive.
You may have moved over to the passenger’s seat or have been demoted to the back seat.
Maybe you’re being held hostage in the trunk.
You may have been kicked out of the proverbial car altogether and now find yourself hitch-hiking on the road of life; always talking like Uncle Rico in Napolean Dynamite about the “good ol’ days” when you had a priceless vehicle that could have taken you ANYWHERE.
Yet, here you are. Stuck.
It’s always everyone else’s fault. Ask me how I know (I have a doctorate in emotional and relational hitch-hiking).
You may have convinced yourself that you don’t know how to drive; that you can only rev up the engine to attract a driver and then, acquiesce to the passenger’s seat of your own life’s journey.
It’s time to get yourself in the driver’s seat. Whether it’s for the first time or vowing that this is the last time you will ever be displaced.
Learning how to enjoy your own company after a breakup, with no friends, at school, or even just at home starts with taking a look into your past.
Like I always say, no one had the perfect parent and no one will be the perfect parent.
Your parents did the absolute best that they could.
If your parents were consistently toxic and unavailable, if they threw money at problems instead of their attention and emotional availability; if they made you feel like you had to work for their love… that was their best.
It had nothing to do with you or your lack of worth.
As a defenseless and voiceless child, you were worthy of their unconditional love but instead, you were primed to perform for crumbs of approval.
Now, as an adult, you feel unworthy of unconditional love from the only person who will ever matter more than all the others: YOURSELF.
I used to internalize the ability of one of my parents to be everything I wished they’d be with me, but only with everyone else. This wounded me. As an adult, my solution was triangulation – in my relationships with family, friends, and lovers. It was the only way I could numb the pain of never being “good enough” to have a crumb of a cookie that was my birthright.
So what did I end up doing?
- I made good people feel like they had to compete for my respect, loyalty, love, time, and attention.
- I lied compulsively.
- I lived in constant drama and denial.
- I contradicted everything I supposedly stood for and copied everyone around me because I had no sense of who I was without the physical company, influence, and approval of others.
- I was disloyal to loyal people.
- I had to always show (via social media and other ways) how many friends I had.
- This is all very embarrassing for me to admit, but things like hooking up with guys, the number of “BFFS” I could acquire, social status, and material purchases (that I could not afford) were what I used to measure how “not alone” I was.
I couldn’t stand being alone because I didn’t know how to enjoy my own company.
What I didn’t realize is that all of the above were trauma-response coping mechanisms. They were merely ways to evade the truth and perpetuate denial. They were tiny (and very damaging) bandages that I would put on the metastatic CANCER of my inability to be alone, with myself and my thoughts.
I think the answers to questions we have regarding unrelenting emotional pain, self-sabotage, low self-esteem, bad relational luck, etc., in our adulthood, can almost always be found by taking a look at our childhood.
It’s about taking a look at trauma we’ve experienced and abandonment we’ve felt with the curiosity and enthusiastic inquisition of an archeologist (and the end result of empowerment). Instead of the impulsive habit to disempower and reduce ourselves to a helpless victim so that we can then shame, punish, and label ourselves into an inescapable prison of mediocrity.
I was raised around a lot of anxious attachment. Because of this, I wasted my life trying to avoid my own company – with friends, activities, engaging in stupid, time-wasting drama, showboating, phone and technology usage; the list goes on and on.
When it comes to knowing how to enjoy your own company, the truth is, you could be surrounded by countless family and friends. You could be the most popular person at school, in your community, or at work.
You could also, have no one in your life to call or to grab dinner with. No one that checks on you to make sure you’re doing okay or even reciprocates one fraction of what you give to them with all the love in your heart.
The point is, you could have no family and no friends. Or, you could have a very big, loving, or maybe even toxic family and fake friends. Either way, if the denominator of your dis-ease and pain is loneliness, it will feel just as paralyzing for the person who has everything you wish you did as it does for you.
You don’t know how to enjoy your own company because every time you tried to develop that skill as a child, you were disempowered in some way. You were so hungry for approval and validation, without it, the loneliness was too consuming and painful. You may have been made to feel like you were worthless by someone you looked up to and trusted.
This initiated a need to essentially find others to save you from yourself.
Now that we have identified the root cause of why you don’t know how to enjoy your own company, let’s get into how you go about improving the quality of the one relationship you can never afford to lose.
How do you learn to enjoy your own company? Is there a way to learn how to enjoy your own company without friends or after a breakup?
If you do a simple internet search of “how to enjoy your own company,” you’ll find many of the same suggestions.
- “Have conversations with yourself.”
- “Take yourself out on a date!”
- “Clear your mind.”
- “Appreciate all of the little things.”
- “Plan a trip and go alone.”
- “Accept and let go of the past.”
- “Forgive yourself.”
- “Get a weighted blanket and make yourself a nourishing meal.”
All of these are great suggestions. I didn’t want to waste time going into suggestions like these because they’re all over the internet.
Recently, I read a few quotes by Tom Hardy and they were much more accessible. They spoke to me more than any of the above suggestions. I may not agree with everything Tom is saying, but at least these quotes got the wheels turning. And after reading every one of them, I was either saying, “Yes!!” or Amen!”
“Weak people always have to be in a relationship so they can feel important and loved. Once you know how to enjoy your own company, being single becomes a privilege.” – Tom Hardy. I wouldn’t make a blanket statement that someone who always has to be in a relationship is weak. It’s definitely unhealthy and a red flag, but who am I to label anyone as weak? I chose to include this quote regardless because I can say that for me, personally, when I always had to be in a relationship of some kind to feel like I mattered, it was because I was weak. I had allowed the past to define me (and subsequently drain and break me down; I wasn’t strong). When you know how to enjoy your own company, being single becomes a privilege because you’re back in the driver’s seat. You are calm, never impulsive or frantic, because you know what you will and will not accept. As I’ve always said, the number one symptom of standard-setting is loneliness. But when you’re back in the proverbial driver’s seat and know how to enjoy your own company, you can still feel lonely without defining yourself as worthless and unworthy of high-quality company. You know what to do when loneliness hits because you are your own best friend. And you’ve stopped settling because you know that you can never “settle” your way into being, experiencing, and having everything that you want and deserve.
“Being alone for a while is dangerous. It’s addicting. Once you see how peaceful it is, you don’t want to deal with people anymore.” – Tom Hardy. I would change this to, “you don’t want to waste your time with TOXIC people anymore.” Toxic people get their validation by exploiting your hunger for theirs. When you realize that you actually feel more alone in relationships with toxic people than if you were physically alone, you start to prioritize your peace. When peace is prioritized, it becomes protected. And when it’s protected you start to build self-respect; you realize that you’ve been with your best friend all along (you).
“People don’t understand that sitting in your house alone in peace, eating snacks and minding your own business is f*cking priceless.” – Tom Hardy. Yup. I couldn’t agree with this anymore or have said it any better.
You are here because you want to know HOW to enjoy your own company; I’m going to tell you how. You need to realize that there is not ONE person on this ENTIRE PLANET who has been with you through every.damn.thing.
Not ONE person who knows EVERY SINGLE detail, secret, failure, embarrassing habit, success, rejection, pain, trauma, and the shame from it all.
The ONLY person who knows ALL of that and has STILL MANAGED to keep your heart beating in spite of all of the abuse, stress, and living with a limiting label that was never yours to adopt is YOU.
Don’t you deserve some self-respect? Don’t you deserve to care for and love yourself – instead of looking to others to do it for you?
No one is going to save you from yourself. No one is going to heal your past for you because no one has actually walked in your shoes but YOU.
The moment you realize that you are your own leader, savior, best friend, healer, “driver,” protector, and greatest love, THEN AND ONLY THEN can you start to enjoy your own company and be more choosy with who gets time with you (because you love YOUR TIME with YOU).
I think that knowing how to enjoy your own company is an art. It’s taken me so many years but finally, I am no longer at odds with myself. This was facilitated by realizing how much my “self” had done for me all those years when I did nothing but abuse, sabotage, undermine, and limit her.
Now, I have that weighted blanket. I love taking myself on dates. It’s no longer arduous but actually nice to treat myself to little indulgences and nourish my body with yummy food. It’s impossible to just skip to these things. Things like a weighted blanket, taking yourself out on dates, etc., are what NATURALLY happen when you do the necessary work and build off of the right foundation.
Now, if I go out to dinner by myself, I don’t need to be on my phone or squirm around because I’m uncomfortable.
I am my own best friend, first and foremost.
We choose a family for ourselves in our partner and our friends. If you feel like you want to start choosing more wisely, then it’s time to start treating yourself with more respect.
I used to tolerate disrespect because I was dishonoring and disrespecting myself at every turn. When you stop trying to educate people into being what your ego needs them to be and start GIVING YOURSELF everything that ONLY YOU know you need, you won’t feel guilty about walking away from users because you no longer tolerate anyone who treats you any less than you are consistently treating yourself.
If I can do this, so can YOU.
You got this and are never, ever alone.
+ If you need further and more personalized help with your relationship, please look into working with me here.
Omg, Natasha, this was the best article I’ve ever read! It was my wake up call literally this morning at 6am! You have no idea how reviving it is for me and you posted it exactly when I needed it the most. I will definitely print it out and re-read it over and over again. You’re such a treasure, Natasha! God bless you! ❤️❤️❤️
OMG wow! What a compliment! Thanks from the bottom of my heart <3 I just want to give everything I wish I had.
So happy that this post was helpful 🙂 - and came right when you needed it!
I cant wait for you to read my book! God bless you and your loved ones too, my dear sister XOXO
Such great insight on the core issue of unhealthy relationships of any kind and with yourself. Learn to love yourself and you will never be alone, then you can share yourself with someone deserving of you and not feel dependent on them to fill that void. This post is very timely for me and I imagine many of us. Thanks again for your insight and inspiration
So happy to see you here. my friend!
“Learn to love yourself and you will never be alone, then you can share yourself with someone deserving of you and not feel dependent on them to fill that void.” – AMEN!!
Thank YOU for being here and for the gift that is you. Looking forward to talking soon! So happy that the post was valuable.
I needed this so much right now. I am a domestic abuse survivor and a single mom. I haven’t had a penny to my name since leaving my ex. I’ve felt so out of control having to depend on others. I’ve also felt upset with not feeling understood or validated by my support group. This makes me feel like I can validate myself, without having to try to agree with/please everyone else. Thank you for your help.
You are not alone <3 Thank you for being here and thank you for being the inspiration that you are. All my love to you. Xox
So amazing. So powerful. I needed to read this today. It’s like you knew. Today I was doubting myself and giving energy to another person—on my own, he wasn’t making me feel in any certain way. It was me all on my own. I am going to print this one out and re-read when I am having those monents. As always – fabulous work!
Heidi! OMG, it is so good to hear from you!!! You’ve been with me since DAY ONE!!
I am happy to hear that this post was helpful and came at the perfect time! You are never alone.
Love and miss you, soul sister. xox
Thank you for this post. I’m three days into a break with my partner of 7 years – who still lives with me until he finds a place – and it’s been constant pain. Especially because he seems to feel none (he is quite probably emotionally unavailable and always has been). So, I had bought movie tickets for us weeks ago. The movie is tonight. I considered forgetting about it and swallowing the loss of the $30. But your post gave me the courage to say, “I’m going to take myself to this movie tonight.” I need to learn how to enjoy my own company and not rely on my partner to provide opportunities for fun and enjoyment. While I’m seeing the movie, he’ll be viewing an apartment. Painful, yes. And I’ll be in a “couples seat” in the theater. But I feel it’s a good thing to do. Can’t imagine going out to dinner alone yet, but… baby steps, right? Thanks again!
Courtney, I can’t thank you enough for taking the time to share (and by doing so, helping others who are too shy to comment feel less alone). I am so happy and honored to have had even a small part in you making this incredible decision to treat and take care of YOU.
YOU WILL get to the dinner. You will. Like you said, baby steps! All my love to you, soul sister. You are not alone in this and are such an inspiration.
Hi Natasha I’ve just been through a breakup with someone and just put the label to the person” emotionally unavailable” and have just come across yourself and you have helped greatly with what you put out towards self love and help yourself get through this excruciating time. Thank You
Thank you so much for taking the time to share and for being a part of this community that WE have ALL built, with all the love in our hearts. I am so happy that the post helped! – I live to give everything that I wish I would have had.
You are supported, understood, backed, believed in, and never, ever alone. All my love to you.
Beautiful article. Thank you.
I had no idea how to do this. Some years ago, after I came home from work, I pulled out some tortilla soup that I made the night before for guests. I was going to just slop it into a microwavable dish and call it a day, but instead (and because I already had all the ingredients), I thought — why not present it the way I did last night, but to myself? So I sliced avocados, dashed on queso fresco, chopped up cilantro, crumbled chips for texture and made it beautiful like it was the night before. I can honestly say that before that night, it absolutely never crossed my mind to do such a thing.
And what happened after that? The snowball effect. I had such a beautiful bowl of soup, I thought, what movie would really make me happy? (instead of what movie should I see so I can appear a certain way, when I name-drop the movie). When the movie was over, I said “I love you” to the air. Either it was a spontaneous message to myself or you really do go crazy spending time alone, but I’ll take it either way. <3
You encapsulate this message with such tenderness and care. Especially with such a subject like this, because it's one thing to give suggestions about how to enjoy your time alone — it's another to explain how it FEELS to truly enjoy your time alone. Because for many people, including myself, I never really knew that I didn't even know how that truly feels. I love reading your work.
I don’t know what I ever did to deserve a friend and sister like you. Thank you for seeing me, understanding me, and finding me. Your guest posts here on the blog continue to help countless people each and every day (please write another!).
Thank you so much for sharing. Your story made me tear up and inspired me to do more for myself. I love you so much. sister. xox
Just going through the first year of seperation from my husband of 24 years
I can now see as time goes on how emotionally unavailable he was most of the time which greatly upset me
And how well he has done since and how silently he planned the whole event
This is so perfect. I spend a great deal of time alone. I am glad to have this post by you because for a while now I thought that there was something unhealthy about this. However you point out that not wanting to waste time on unhealthy and toxic people is a reason to enjoy your own company. That is where I am in my life. When I was younger I did that and wasted so much time. I just wish I knew them what I know now. I do have friends but I am selective. It feels much better and I know my time is better enjoyed being alone than with fake people.
As always you bring wisdom and clarity for me. Thank you so much. Love you and all that you do.
Be well. 😘🌸💕🦄
Hi, my Sister!
I’m so glad that this post served you. I too have felt like the level to which I enjoy my own company may be unhealthy, I enjoy it so much! Lol! You are at a wonderful place in your life and have helped so many realize this sooner than both you and I have.
I am selective with friends too and am so honored to be one of yours. I love and value you endlessly. Xox
Thank you for this comment Linda. This is me at the moment! After so long being kind & generous with my time, & then being broken up with, I turned all my attention inwards. Coming out the other side I started to feel guilty that I was becoming to selfish & pushing people away. Your words & Natasha’s article have made me realise that it’s not selfish, nor unhealthy, it is a necessity to bring calmness & the right love.
Isn't Linda incredible? Sending you both so much love. Thanks for being here (and for being YOU), Sarah. xo
Hi Natasha (aka angel),
Thank you immensely for your warmth and transformative work. I have learned to love my own company.
I have often wondered from reading your incredibly helpful and soothing blogs if there is a built-in assumption that it was our ex who was toxic and not us? What if instead of walking away on our white horse when our relationship needs were not being met, we fell off that white horse (and rather hard 😉 – I would give absolutely anything to correct my past behavior and nobody is harder on me than myself! I paid the ultimate price with self-respect, guilt and petty actions.
Do we deserve forgiveness if we were the toxic one? I couldn’t come to terms that I was loved and adored by everyone in my life except the one person I was moving mountains for…I would give anything in this world to go back in time and choose different actions for my own sake.
Why did this come up for me? The title of your new book is probably someone I will never be to my ex. I just hope there are reminders of everything I did for him that are unearthed and surface to replace how the relationship ended.
Thank you! You are deeply appreciated and loved.
xo ❤️😊 congratulations!🎉
Thanks from the bottom of my heart. I don’t know if you have read enough of my blogs yet because YES, there are blog posts that are specifically written for people going through a relationship (of any kind) with a toxic person.
But I speak and write *extensively* throughout my work, my social media, and in my upcoming book how incredibly toxic I, myself used to be. Just read my post on pathological liars! There are dozens more where I discuss my own toxicity and the importance of identifying other people’s toxicity to help propel oneself out of their own. So, I’m not sure where that’s coming from. I apologize that you got the impression that I had a “built-in assumption.” That is not the case.
I have numerous posts on “what to do when you fall off of your white horse,” “**how to forgive yourself** for falling off your white horse and breaking no contact,” etc., etc.
I wouldn’t write yourself into a limiting narrative that you do not yet know the outcome of (your life will continue to unfold). Be kind to yourself and please, read more of the posts if you can. I hope that you enjoy them and find value in them, as well as the book.
You are appreciated, loved, supported, and never, EVER alone.
All my love to you, Stacy. And thanks again from the bottom of my heart! Xo
So timely Natasha as we are just coming out of lockdowns in my country & away from family & friends. You certainly learn to appreciate what you have.
More personally, I was only just beginning to worry that I was pushing people away. I don’t like fuss & drama. But now your article has empowered me to believe that it is actually real growth & to not be apologetic for it, or guilty. To cut out the BS. Like the second quote says, I’ve become addicted to giving MY precious time to MYSELF & my two gorgeous boys. I won’t get this time back. So instead of concerning myself about a “friend” that’s slipped by the wayside, I best just concentrate on bringing positivity to myself & boys, teaching them strength & the ability to walk alone if that’s what’s required.
God bless you and your precious boys, Sarah. I am so happy that this post served you. Writing in really healed me with a lot of similar things that I was struggling with myself.
You KNOW what matters and that’s ALL that matters.
You are never alone, my soul sister. Can’t wait for you to read my book! It comes out very soon 🙂 xxo
Thanks Tasha for this good post. Sincerely speaking I was stuck and didn’t know what to do as I broke up with my boyfriend. From today am taking the driver’s seat and enjoy my best company. Thanks again for always being there whenever am in need. Love you so much❣️❣️
I love you too Pauline! 🙂 So happy that the post was helpful.
Sending you all my love. You are not alone. xox
Natasha. WELL WRITTEN! 👏🙌🤗. This post sums up about everything from… Such as “yes that one! Yes that sentiments. Yes shit that one! Shit. 😳😲🤦♂️ Blahs.” I can not believe I’m going through similar as the other millions if not billions around the world” blahs. (Resonates the reality) “Shit I’m not the only one” blahs.
This post certainly will and do help many other people around the world and the Universe is proud of you. In my opinion this post deserve one of top five Most Valuable Post (MVP) in PMS! Well written. Also thank to the universe to create person the like you to be assigned in this world to help us. Natasha. Thank you! 🤗
Hello, my dear Friend!
WE HAVE ALL MISSED YOU! Thank you so much for taking the time to comment! It makes me so happy that you found this post VALUABLE. It’s what I live for. Every day, I thank the universe for your friendship and presence in my life, John.
Sending love to you and your family from me and my Mom. Thank you for being you.
My problem is a bit different than the typical. I’ve had plenty of relationships where the women have self sabotaged. I’ve had 4 relationships. The first was exploratory and she became a supportive close friend. My second relationship was a real love relationship where the woman knowingly risked her life for me while I attempted to push her away to save her. After that event, she remained with me while I was on a “forced vacation” and she dedicated 4-6 hours daily on the phone with me. When I got back, I was forced via the court to live with my mom in a small one bedroom condo and she has strict curfew. things fell apart quickly, I let her go, main reason being I was in a dark place and had to begin rebuilding myself. Since then I’ve had two more relationships where I’ve given the women nothing less than love, kindness and compassion. I’ve encouraged them to accomplish what they dreamt of and was always there to offer advice. They knew my movements (house arrest then) yet still didn’t trust me. Their accusations hurt me, I’m very sensitive and I can be vulnerable with anyone who is on my side. Eventually they sabotaged, which i saw, and they finally (I made it clear it was best) left. Being sensitive I was hurt but relieved. Post break up they both admitted the same thing when we spoke. They felt like I was “too good” for them. Woman 3 felt know the story with woman 2 and felt she would never match for her. She’d put her just in nasty ways jusy to see if I’d laugh wiry her or defend her. I wouldn’t accept insults and just asked her to be quiet. Girl 4 was insecure on a female friend who is like a younger sister to me. She sabotaged me as well but I also know she has many issues from childhood and I never believed she’s grown up mentally (scared to move away from their basement) .. it would not have worked.
Girl 3 made me realize I in fact did have feelings for girl 2. I worked through that during 4-5 months alone with a lot of introspection meditation and tears. Girl 4, an acquaintance randomly got in contact wiry me and we hit it off, she sabotaged saying she thinks I have something for my platonic girl friend in a different country. Plus she had a multitude of other issues saying she loved me but felt “shaky” around me and even her parents loved me and entire family which is huge for her.
It hurt for a while it was very unexpected but many lie began coming up. She told me things to like her more. I believe she used me for sex because she was comfortable with wanted to bring these skills back to her insecure ex boyfriends because she had something for him.
I wrote a heartfelt, very deep, message for girl 2 to tell her how I still felt something strong for her. I had to know because I’ve never been able to truly move on. She said cannot go back to what “broke” her but we can be friends. That was liberating. When i sent girl 4 my final message, and sent it I felt good. It was 12am and 4 minutes later I had a flash of myself and that “platonic” friend holding hands with a lot of energy being transfered inbetween us. This was a flash I’ve hand 7 years prior, before I even met that girl so there must be some kind of significant meaning. I’ve been questioning it but unsure of what to make.
Just for the records, I’m very much into spirituality and was so even before I knew the term. I’ve had flashes, metaphoric dreams, I’ve seen and felt things around me, I’ve had a near death experience which changed my life. I know what I am. I have a lot of love to give a partner, i am only looking for someone secure and who makes me feel appreciated. Sex, connection etc is the basis of confidence in oneself. I don’t go out too much anymore. It isn’t easy to meet people.
The real confusion is WHY? WHY do I feel so lonely to the point it’s eating away at me inside? WHY do I know my value, but I do not like attracting someone who will just hurt me again. I’m not perfect; I ignore red flags because I see the potential they have. It’s when it arrived to hostility or emotional abuse I draw the line. Maybe I should look away from everyone and look at myself? Ive done so much work during this time but I have this crushing loneliness and sadness within me that doesn’t seem to want to go away.
Thank you so much for taking the time to share. It is humanely impossible for me to directly advise in the comments, as I would have many more questions to ask and would need to know many more details (thank you for your kindness and your understanding).
I will try to write about this more soon. You are not alone.
Since the breakup of a 5 year relationship (not married, not living together, but fully committed, … as wanted by ME) and 3 weeks into no contact, I must have read a hundred articles. All of them seemed to have been written by the same person, until I came upon yours, thank God! What wisdom from a beautiful young woman, and everything you said about what to accept and NOT accept, (should I eventually hear from him) makes SO much sense! I also appreciated the advice about how to deal with the multitude of emotions after a breakup. Thank you Natasha!
Thank you from the bottom of my heart, Ingrid. Your beautiful message (and the love that I feel behind every word) has me in tears. I am so happy and honored to have helped.
I live to give everything that I wish I would have had.
You are never alone. All my love to you, soul sister. Xx
I needed to read this today, you’ve always helped me find light when I can see darkness. I did masses of internal work 3 years ago and was single for a very long time – i’m finding life hard right now with considerations for others and also little people – I’ve been too hard on myself and probably losing myself in the process. Time to turn inwards again I think I know I need to do this as I’m getting angered and irritable very easily 🙁 Thanks for your help over the years your blog helped me with everything last time and I’m going to read it daily x
I have missed you so much, my dear Sister. Reading your beautiful message (and feeling the love behind every word) has made my day. I am so happy and honored to have helped in any little way. Truly.
And I am always here. You are not alone.
Turn inward. You got this; WE got this, together. I have been going through very similar feelings lately, too. And just knowing that we have each other (and always will) makes it feel less heavy.
Don’t give up. Love and appreciate you endlessly. Xx
Thank you Natasha ! I love you dearly too – your words and kindness always resonate so much 🙂 Thanks for helping me find peace and calm – I hope you are very well too 🙂 xx
Ps – I also have an inspiration album in my phone photo album, so I’ve done a screen grab and added your lovely comment above to it 🙂 thanks again have a lovely evening xx