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Should you be single in 2017

Updated on December 11, 2016

Most of us look forward to every new year because we see it as a new beginning at a fresh slate and new life. But, how do you really engage in the newness of the New Year if you take with you the burdens of the last year.

It is important in order to properly welcome in 2017, to rid yourself of all the things, and this includes people that may not have been contributing positively to your life in the previous year. How do you know if this is for you?, and if it is, how do you determine if you should be shedding the extra weight of your current relationship in 2017? Well, we have done some research and come up with the ten best questions to ask yourself when considering ending your relationship, to ensure that the decision that you are making would be the best one for you as well as your partner in the long term as well as the short term.

1). Do you and your partner have mutual goals and dreams for the future?

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2). Does your love and admiration for your partner dwindle everytime he/she does something you do not approve of?

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3). Have you and your partner completely forgiven each other for past mistakes?

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4). Do you and your partner have mutual respect for each other?

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5). Are all of your needs being met in the relationship?

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6). Do you and your partner have mutual genuine admiration for each other outside of sex or physical attraction?

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7). Does your partner appreciate all the little things that you bring to the table?

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8). Are you sexually attracted to your partner in a way that you have never been to anyone else ever?

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9).Is your partner your greatest cheer leader, do they encourage you to achieve your goals?

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10). Can you trust your partner with any and everything, or do you have doubt about trusting them?

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Now if you are interested in being truthful with your self and allow yourself to have the happiness that you deserve, then you will take the above questions very seriously and answer them honestly. If you are having more positive than negative answers then, you my friend are in good order to stay in your extremely blessed relationship and have an amazing 2107 hand in hand with your lover. However, if the answers to the above questions are mostly negative, then some decisions need to be made. You need to decide if this relationship has anything worth fighting for that would mutually be to the benefit and happiest of both you and your partner.

In the long run, it is all about loving your partner, but also loving yourself, and not wasting time while doing these things. The time you waste in a relationship that you are not meant to be in, is time that you can spend building yourself or with someone that is contributing positively to your life and appreciates you for who you are.

Make 2017 a better year!

Would you be making any big life changes in 2017?

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