This quote… 💗
Should we talk about our standards, and raising them?
Yes. We should. Let’s start with questions:
1) How does this quote’s interpretation differ for the single people (post-divorce, widowed) to those who are partnered and/or still in the parenting trenches with kids?
2) What does she mean by solitude exactly? Is this desired, wanted, taken solitude (being alone)? Or is it solitude that happens due to conditions beyond your control (divorce, death, something else)?
3) Is loneliness a form of disguised solitude? Or is solitude a form of loneliness?
As you can see I have a lot of questions, and not many answers.
Let’s chat. See you in the comments.