The Art of Being Single and Happy

Posted by on July 17th, 2017 in Dating advice, Relationships
Single Woman and Happy

A romantic relationship can give you feelings of bliss, happiness, excitement, and a whole lot more. However, it is not a promise of a life that’s free of pain, misery, and loneliness. It’s because there is no such thing as a perfect relationship, and not all relationships are happy.

It is the reason why there are times when it is also better to stay single until you’re able to find the person that you need and deserve. Many people make the mistake of getting into a wrong relationship or being with the wrong person, and that is why they end up getting hurt. This is one of the times when you’d realize that you’d rather be single than be in a toxic relationship. If you are currently single and still waiting for the right love to come along, don’t worry.

There are plenty of ways to master the art of being happily single.

1. Enjoy doing things alone

There are many people who, for some reason, are scared to do certain things alone, like watching movies, dining out, traveling, and a lot more. This is something you may not have been used to doing when you are not with someone, but it is worth a try. Enjoy your own company and you will realize that you can actually be happy. While you may also have fun doing these activities with friends or family members perhaps, you will appreciate the value of enjoying your own company once you have tried it.

2. Foster other significant relationships in your life

Aside from romantic relationships, there are actually other relationships in your life that can make you feel happy and fulfilled. Why don’t you take the time to invest and foster these relationships like the ones you have with your friends and family members. Offer your undivided time and attention to these people who matter to you, especially now while you still can because you are still single.

3. Meet new people

This is something that should be very clear. When talking about meeting other people, you need to make sure that deep inside your heart, you are not out there to look for a potential partner. Having this intention may put you in an unwanted situation in the end, like entering a wrong relationship again or settling with a wrong person. Clear your thoughts and make sure that your goal is just to simply as many friends as you can. The right person will just come along when the time is right. Do not force things to happen.

4. Embrace change

If you have just changed your status to being single, embrace this change. Aside from the heartbreak, one of the dilemmas of those who switch to being single from being in a relationship is the fact that a lot of things will have to change. You might have been used to being with your partner in almost everything but there are the kinds of change that can also be good. It might take a while to get used to something. It might take a while to be able to adapt, but you must think of it as a new opportunity for you to learn more about new things in life.

5. Know that being single is not the end of the world

There are actually a lot of good things about being single that many people do not realize. There are many advantages to it than you know. For example, you can make big decisions in your life without having to consider someone else. You can plan out for your career without anyone to stop you. You can also do anything as you please without worrying if someone’s going to get mad or something. In short, you can live your life to the fullest, with no regrets, while you are still single. Admit it or not, some relationships do not allow some people to enjoy their full freedom. There are a lot of issues too that couples have to deal with. Well at least, right now, there is nobody else you will have to worry about but yourself, and of course, your own happiness.

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