Loving My Single Life - Why is that such a strange concept?
I have a dream I’ve begun to fulfill of creating and on-line magazine. I’ve named it “Loving My Single life”. A few days ago I shared this site with one of my sisters and her comment to me when she read the title was that it was a load of crap and that no one was happy single and that everywoman is happier with a man in their life.
I was a bit angry at first, but only for a split second. There are some women that truly feel incomplete without a mate. That is normal as we were created to mate and reproduce life. So if we are normal healthy individual having a normal healthy complete family upbringing, we are drawn to mate or have a companion.
In view of the forgoing, the state of being married is NOT a prerequisite to happiness. Nor is remaining single the end all of happiness, if we never find a life companion. My concept of this magazine is not to move people to see that they should be without a mate, but to share with the world that there is happiness in singleness. Just ask any unhappily married person and they will quickly tell you, to not get married and that it is far better to be alone then to spend your life with the wrong person.
I also do not want a magazine where I rant about the woes of being single and the strategies of finding someone. Lord knows there is too much rhetoric written on those subjects. No I wanted to concentrate mostly on professional working people living their lives with contentment and fullness, like myself.
I think single people spend too much time thinking they are incomplete without a mate. But truth of it is if you’re not happy with yourself and know yourself and are living life the way that makes you happy as an individual, then you cannot attract the right mate. There are many that never find the right person in their lifetime, so does that mean they cannot be happy during their entire life.
I am now living my dream. I am sharing my happy, successful single life in hopes that other single people will be encouraged. There is a huge demographic of single people and I want to reach out to them and share our loves, challenges, passions, hobbies, sports activities and relationships. So welcome, dear reader to my world of Loving My Single Life.