This is a letter to you, to someone who thinks she isn’t good enough for anyone because she’s known as invisible.
There are many of you in the world and every one of you have your own story, a story that means to be shared to someone special, whether it be a close friend, your best girl/guy friend, or a potential boyfriend – I know, the latter sounds I’m stretching a bit. I know not all of you have been in a relationship before and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that; in fact, it makes you even more special to that someone who will finally see you as the incredible woman you are. You have been broken into pieces and you’re struggling to put yourself back together. Time is the ultimate healer and pairing time with good and faithful friendships will help you get back to where you want to be.
We all have a niche, what we’re meant to do in this life, and you may not know what it is yet, but there is absolutely no reason to panic if you think you’re getting too far into your twenties – maybe even thirties – that you won’t find your passion, but you will. We all have dreams and you must not forget to continue to dream when you’re caught up in working and trying to find out who you are.
Maybe you know who you are and what you’re going to be, but you’re afraid of sharing your secrets with another person and being judged. You will find someone – first and foremost a friend – who may not understand a lot of things, but will try to and will want to help you in any way they can. Keep that person as close to you as possible because they’re the ones that will stick beside you through thick and thin. That trust will help you in opening up to another person and help them see the strong, wonderful human being standing right in front of them.
Some of you are losing hope in love and finding someone to be your life partner, which might be the biggest reason you feel invisible, because the opposite gender – or other females – don’t see you as you’d like to be seen: girlfriend material. I know it’s devastatingly hard to sit around and watch everyone around you build lives and have families while you’re still single; it simply is just not your time yet and your next – or first – relationship will take you by surprise and fit perfectly into your life, regardless of where your lives and careers take you.
Sometimes you think that desperately having a significant other will fix everything, but it won’t. Find who you truly are, what you truly want in life, and who deserves your attention. It’s hard to do, but once you find who you are and surround yourself with people who will make you a better person, you will no longer feel invisible.
Let your light shine in the darkness of night.
One of your very own ♥