I believe there is a gypsy inside us. Two different people live in us all. The one we are and the one we want the world around us to see. You'll go relationship to relationship trying to find your self.
Only ever finding the version of you that makes your partner most happy. But which are you? The version that loves making others happy or the one that has the lowest self-esteem and the messiest relationship.
The world sees our perfection. What we think it's okay for them to see or believe. The trouble with that is we lose sight or what is our most authentic self. We start believing our perfections are what make us whole. But if you are being true to yourself don't you really hate your thighs? Doesn't it take like 100 selfies to finally get only that makes it on your Instagram.
He didn't call you after you had sex on the first date. You gained three pounds in a weekend drinking cheap wine and eating ice cream. But, you updated your Facebook status saying, "Going out and painting the town red." Seriously for who?
Stop being the gypsy and just own your imperfections. Own your low self-esteem and fucking do something about it. When you are split in two you break your own heart before anyone else has a chance too. They have not had a moment to see all that there is to love even the non-Instagram parts.
Unfortunately, it's not always as easy as that. Mastering a gypsy persona takes years. So, baby steps my friends. When he asks for a naughty picture send the selfie you would never send. The one with hair up and no makeup on.
Be proud of that damn selfie too. Simply because that is you in your rawest beauty. A real man will love it and since you've been working so hard on finding out what makes you happy so will you.
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