Model alleges that her female friends’ male spouses “all want to date her,” which makes it difficult for her to develop friendships with other women.
Moriah Mills, who is 27, believes she hasn’t had a single female friend, much alone a group of female friends, as a result of this reoccurring issue.
She considers herself a loner who would rather spend time alone than with female companions.
The model from New York who has over 90,000 Instagram followers (@thisismoriahmills), claims she has a hard time making friends due to her appearance.
“Becoming a bit of a loner and enjoying my own company, it’s always been me, I, and myself,” she explained.
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“I really do not trust people, and I’m not concerned that I don’t have a best buddy.
“I used to be concerned, but now I simply adore myself.”
She also stated that she is frequently the object of envy from other women.
“Most women have judged me because their husbands and boyfriends adore me,” the model explained.
“I’m really kind, but I think they think I’m arrogant because of my appearance. They are completely incorrect. I’m a down-to-earth person.”
Moriah was a shy girl who struggled to make friends at school because she had trust difficulties, according to her. She instead buried her head in a stack of books and focused on her studies.
“It never troubled me too much since I worked hard and even if there were individuals I loved and spoke to, I wasn’t close to them,” she explained.
“I’ve never been able to put my confidence in someone enough to become close to them.”
Others are frequently surprised when Moriah tells them she doesn’t have a huge bunch of pals, adds Moriah. She also sings and raps.
“People always assume I’m going to have this large entourage since I work in the music industry and am a model,” she explained.
“I know a lot of guys today, but I wouldn’t ask them over for dinner and drinks just to hang out.”
She said she’s focusing on learning to trust others first, which she feels will lead to friendship, but she’s “really not concerned.”
Instead, with the aid of her dog, Charlie, she works really hard for herself.
“That’s all I require,” she said.
According to a 2019 YouGov poll, Moriah is not alone in being solitary.
More over a quarter of millennials (ages 25-40) stated they had no friends at all, and another 27% said they had no close friends.
Moriah, on the other hand, doesn’t require anyone’s care and is never short on love opportunities.
She went on to say, “I like being dined and wined.” When it comes to taking me out, male admirers are in plentiful supply.”
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