What to Do With Your Twenties When Your Life Plans Fall Apart
It’s a strange sort of self-reliance, thinking you can out-plan the grief, and heartbreak, and confusion of growing up.
We are all concerned that rerouting is a form of giving up.
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I privately couldn’t get over the fact that she’d even felt comfortable speaking to me that way.
It was the first time I’d ever noticed growth or newness this way: reclaiming, or returning, rather than overhauling and chasing.