I’m a target for the broken and the more I try to beat ‘em, the more they just keep pulling me in.
We might be on the same page, but we’re reading two different books.
I don’t lie about anything in my past. I’m not one of those girls who covers up something in an interview or says I can’t talk about that. It’s important for people to know that you make mistakes. That we aren’t infallible. We are all embarrassed about certain things that have happened in the past, or people we’ve dated or things we’ve done or said or fights we have been in. I’m not a big proponent of pretending to be something that you’re not. I think it’s much more honorable to see somebody who is flawed. No one is perfect. What’s the point in trying to pretend that you are? — Chelsea Handler (via probalicious)