Storm Sahara recently tweeted about love, relationships, and ignoring critics and haters - not long after it was reported that she married Good Morning America co-anchor Robin Roberts.
It remains officially unconfirmed if Roberts and Sahara did in fact marry, but an inside source revealed last month that they married in a secret wedding ceremony on June 1, 2013. Sahara made no direct mention of Roberts in her tweets this week, but did talk about love in many ways.
Perhaps realizing that her name is mentioned over and over again in connection to Roberts, Sahara tweeted on Wednesday, "The truth is hard to swallow when you're choking on your pride. You can't keep people from talking about you. But you can give them something worth talking about :)"
Her inspiration words also hit on topics of feeling like a failure - "You define your failures. Don't let your failures define you. Just learn from it and move on. Don't be discouraged" - and even religion. Sahara tweeted that once a person has "found God within your heart, you will never feel lost again."
Encouraging followers to go after what they want regardless of critics and haters, she tweeted Tuesday, "Anyone whose mission is keeping people apart is swimming against a very strong tide."
Sahara addressed what she loves and the type of people she wants to surround herself with. The stylist and film director also gave her take on what makes a relationship last long, saying privacy is the main factor.
"I don't need someone perfect. I need someone who loves me, respects me, cares for me and understands me.
"Practice loving everybody and everything all the time but hang w/ people and places that lift you up."
"More love is the answer, never give less, even if your heart hurts, the next person you touch might just appreciate it."
"Relationships last longer when everybody doesn't know your business."
"When you think you're not happy with your life, always think that someone is happy simply because you exist."
Sahara had a daughter from a previous relationship. Roberts has no children.