I was stuck in an Instagram vortex a few weeks ago, which probably happens more than I’d like to admit when I came across a quote that really struck me.
“Not looking for a soulmate, just looking for my soul, mate.”
A simple sentence, that takes just a millisecond to absorb, but lands an incisive jab square in the face of society’s emphasis on finding “the one.”
I’m a 30-year-old woman who’s been single for nigh on three years (*shock horror*), which doesn’t worry me in the slightest, but our culture nudges me in many subtle and not so subtle ways to let me know that there is something wrong with me.
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