How to be Okay with being Single
If you’re around my age, chances are half your friends are in really, really serious relationships. Add in a few babies, weddings and the works and you start to wonder if your life is heading in a downward spiral. The truth is, everyone gets to this stage at a different time. It’s important to work to your own beat and there’s no point trying to keep up with everyone else. As someone who’s been single for a few years while I focus on myself, I’ve got a few tips and tricks for dealing with being single.
Good things come to those who wait… having a lot of time to be single allows you to really grow into yourself before you commit to someone else. It’s ok to occasionally get down about it, but there’s no point dwelling. There will be a time to be in a relationship, but for now focus on being single.
2) Be Super Social
One of the benefits of being single is that you tend to be more social; you’re looking to meet new people and that means you’ll make the extra effort to go out and do more. Meeting new people is a great way to distract yourself and who knows who you’ll meet along the way.
5) This too, shall pass
There’s nothing wrong with being single – it’s a wonderful opportunity to work on yourself, meet new people and try new things. Enjoy it while you can!