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How to feel good about being single?

  1. LOT2DO profile image37
    LOT2DOposted 7 years ago

    How to feel good about being single?

  2. networkandy profile image59
    networkandyposted 7 years ago

    thats a tough one. No body likes to be single not even the people who are single them selves. Many times people are single because they dont know how to communicate with the opposite sex or express how they feel towards another person.

    Been there done that and I am not saying it to make us single people feel bad. I've had partners and I've been single and lonely trust me.

    You have to build your network. Build your network of friends and more people. Start connecting with people.

    If you are around alot of people you wont feel bad about being single..

    Look for help, people think it is silly to ask for help about feeling alone but hey I mean look at how things are now a days
    We have things like   Eharmony and match.com

    People dont connect like they use to now with our technology.

    Learn to talk to people, be a persuader, be likable and start being happy today.

  3. L a d y f a c e profile image77
    L a d y f a c eposted 7 years ago

    Take being single as an opportunity to get reacquainted with yourself as an individual. The more you know yourself and the more you love yourself and love being you, the better your future relationships will be.

    Reconnect with friends. Make new friends. Enjoy the freedom of being able to come home at 3 am - and having no one ask where you were? Do whatever you want - literally! Don't stay in for god's sake. Get out. Go to parties. Go for lunch with your friends. Go out to the mall by yourself and enjoy shopping/window shopping and running into people. Make yourself over. Literally focus on just being absolutely you. As a happy coincidence, this is generally what attracts people to you. (being comfortable in your skin, and happy to be you)

  4. profile image54
    SpaceAgeposted 7 years ago

    If a person's meant 2 marry, single life won't feel as good as having a mate.

  5. umairabid profile image53
    umairabidposted 7 years ago

    Being single have its own advantages and being in a relationship have its own advantages but the feeling of relaxation as being single is temporary you can not live without the partner in my opinion man and woman are incomplete in their own self and they become completed when they  bound themselves in a commitment respect each other and do not miss use the each other they become complete by sharing themselves

  6. stricktlydating profile image83
    stricktlydatingposted 7 years ago

    Start up new hobbies or social activities you've always wanted to do but didn't - join a sporting club, hobby club or Gym, Dance Class etc where you will feel good about yourself and this will help your self esteem as you participate and interact with others and make new friends - while keeping fit or learing something new.  Others may even be envious of your busy exciting life. Start dating and have some fun with it, just enjoy it and don't take it too seriously too soon. Take an organised 'Singles Holiday' or participate in 'Singles Events'. Call up your single friends and make dates with them. Have the outlook that you are free to spend your spare time however you choose and can be the centre of your universe for a while, enjoy the feeling of being free to make your own choices.

 
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