Did you just got out of a long term relationship?
Been single for sometime and deciding whether you’re ready for something more committal?
At the fork in the road and deciding with path to take?
You know, we’ve all been in one or more of these scenarios and then comes the question: Do I want to be single?
I came across a DailyOM article on this very topic. And yes, everyone has their own definition of ‘being single’. Mine is: not dating someone exclusively. I believe it starts off as a conscious decision and then we make the moves in its direction. For me, I choose to be single because I know exactly what I’m looking for and will hold out until my right match comes along. A serious relationship requires much attention, dedication and effort so I don’t believe in settling for less than perfect compatibility. What about you? Let me know what you think of the the article below.
Here’s the great DailyOM article: The Ways We Love
Choosing to Have a Mate or Being Single
“The way we choose to love can be as unique as the way we choose to make a living, maintain our health, or entertain ourselves. Some choose to seek out a mate and enter into a partnership with a special individual, while others find immense satisfaction in staying single. There is no right or wrong way to be in your life when it comes to deciding whether or not to be in a relationship, even though society tends to put an emphasis on romantic partnerships. Whether you choose to go through life as part of a romantic relationship or live as a single unit, there are benefits to both. Feel free to be comfortable with whatever choice is right for you.
Choosing to be single is a wonderful way to spend time discovering yourself. You have more time and space to figure out what and how you want your life to be without having to keep someone else’s choices in mind. Being single gives you the freedom to do what you want at a moment’s notice and the pride that comes with facing life on your own terms. Companionship, support, and affection can be found while spending quality time with friends, colleagues, and relatives….
Remember that what is right for one person may not be right for another, and people can transition between wanting to be with another person and wanting to be alone many times over the course of their lives. Whether you seek out a mate or live the single life, embracing it fully will ensure that either choice is as fulfilling as possible for you. “
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