For me, quirky started from day one outside of the womb, but actually knowing the word “quirkyalone” came around when I was in college. I was spending more time on my own, which I found so very, very awesome. I…
So . . . is it better to be married or single? It’s a ridiculous question, of course.
The name of the game is happiness. Fulfillment. Living an abundant life. For some people that means marriage, for others it means independence. A lucky few manage to create committed relationships that don’t require sacrificing essential parts of themselves, or (even better) that actively support the things they value most in themselves.
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, Sandra Tsing Loh
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