I’ll be honest; I had some questions about this one. My blog is similar to a modern advice column, but I only write about the topics I know about. To be completely honest, I have no idea what it’s like to be single. I met my future husband for the first time when I was eight years old. We got engaged roughly ten years after we began dating when I was fifteen. I fully understand that my situation was extremely unusual and that no one meets their soul mate at the age of 15. Being in search of love is one thing, but knowing what you need is quite another. While you excitedly wait for your prince (or princess), it’s imperative that you put finding yourself first.
It will be simpler to find someone to date if you are comfortable in your own skin. If you struggle with being single, you are missing out on one of the best times in your life. Life starts the moment you enter a relationship; it doesn’t start when you get married. Enjoy each and every second of the adventure. Make new acquaintances, interact with strangers, and pursue current interests. Believe me, being committed to the wrong person is far preferable to being single. You should sincerely believe that you are in perfect health and repeat this mantra often. Knowing that there are millions of attractive, accomplished, and intellectual single people is motivating. Self-awareness and a refusal to make concessions are commendable traits that, quite simply, make you a boss.