For how long have you been single ? Are you tired of your family and friends asking you why you don’t have a boyfriend or girlfriend ? I don’t want to sound rude but I will. Fuck all these questions, these doesn’t matter, what matters is how you feel and the feelings and emotions you have being alone.
I have met many successful people that prefer to be alone, single forever that being married to someone that makes their life a nightmare. You need to understand and feel your life like a blessing, whatever you think about you and your life will become a reality. So start having having good thoughts, see yourself a successful person and you will. If you wish to be surrounded by beautiful women or attractive men you need to start thinking and imagine yourself in that picture. Believe me, it all starts in your mind.
1. Things can change. And they will.
I don’t care if you’ve been single for several decades or several days. It can be easy to get down on yourself over the “odds” finding that perfect partner. Don’t let yourself buy into the ridiculous myths, like “It’s more likely to get abducted by an alien than it is to get married after 40.” Remember, anything and everything is possible. You just need to get out of your own way and start believing that.
- odds are that you will find a life partner.Marriage was once near-universal in the United States, with more than 90 percent of people marrying. Those rates have dropped steeply in recent years, but trend data can be deceptive. Although the proportion of persons ages 25 to 34 who are married has plummeted, that doesn’t mean that they are alone for life. Rising numbers of Americans are postponing marriage until their 40s or 50s, while others are living with a romantic partner, although they may not legalize the relationship. When this more expansive definition is used, the odds of partnership are in your favor.
2. Have high standards.
Don’t just date someone because you don’t want to be alone. I can’t tell you how many people I know who just “settle” because they hate being alone. If that’s you, why do you hate being alone so much? Don’t you like yourself? You should! You should love being alone, because you’re such a cool person. Remember feel in love with every single part of your body and your life. Stop living in the past and start enjoying the present. This will make your future pretty much brighter.
- What we look for in a partner changes as we get older, and that’s a good thing.There are many reasons to look forward to middle age. One is that our dating preferences and strategies change. Sure, dating becomes harder, especially for women, as the ratio of available men to women diminishes. And the sad truth is that in our looks-obsessed society, slimmer women and taller men have an easier time on the dating market than heavier women and shorter men. The good news is that the traits we look for change as we age, as we focus more on substance and less on fleeting factors like looks or money.
3. Use this time to learn about yourself.
Often, people use being with others as an escape — an escape from themselves. If you’re with others, then the focus is on them, not you. But how well do you really know yourself? Being single is a precious time that can be used to really get to know and love yourself. So spend the time getting to know you. Discover new things. Work on personal growth.
Please avoid tho chase anyone: And I mean it. Don’t even think about it! If they have to be chased, then they don’t want you. A wise guy one time told me that Women, Cat and Money have something in common, if you chase them they move away from you. When you have less interest is easier to attract it, I know it sounds weird but it really works. Don’t chase anyone just let the universe and your own life to build a perfect relationship. Everything that really worth it takes time, think about it.
Remember Being single has its rewards, see and feel that being single has its benefits. Sociologists have documented that a growing number of people are single by choice, and relish the opportunity to live as they please. Being single gives people the autonomy to choose where to live, what to watch on TV, and what to eat for dinner. Being single often means we have fewer social obligations and can pursue hobbies and adventures that we can’t if we’re married.
A true fact is that people who stay single for life are often just as happy as peers who marry. They learn to arrange their lives so that they are surrounded by the friends, activities, and physical environments that enhance their daily happiness.