Singleness Articles

If you believe what you see on TV, everybody should be with another person all of the time, and being single is somehow a sign of inadequacy or a broken personality. In the real world, however, being on your own is neither a curse nor the result of a person being unable to maintain a healthy relationship. Many people choose to be temporarily single for a variety of valid reasons and live their lives more freely and happily as a result.

5 Tips On How To Be Single After A Long Relationship

Learning how to be single again after being in a long relationship can be tough. Depending on how the relationship ended, you might be experiencing one or more of the following...

Why Am I Single? The Reasons Why

If you’ve had trouble keeping a relationship, or finding one in the first place, you may wonder what you’re doing wrong. Is it you? Is it your dating pool? While we can’t look...

The Importance Of Being Happy While Being Single

Every person should strive towards happiness in their daily lives. Human beings are only given so many days on earth and therefore have a duty to make the most of their allotted...

Speaking to a counselor can help a lonely person realize that being single for a time is often a great opportunity for personal growth and development. It provides an opportunity to do the things you really want to, without having to consider another person's feelings and convenience. When approached with this attitude, singleness becomes an adventure rather than a dreary routine, and people able to face single life in this way seem to be that much more likely to find love once they are totally ready for it. Showing the world through your actions that you are capable of living independently, rather than needing the emotional support of a partner at every turn, is one of the most attractive things a person looking for a relationship can do. Not every person experiences solitude or loneliness in the same way, as reflected in the different aspects of singleness covered in the following articles.
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