Here’s why you love being single


Some people assess their live in wonder because they are single and they find out that they actually love being on their own. They might have had wonderful relationships in the past and might be happy with their lives but they find that the benefits their coupled friends seem to enjoy might just not be worth the pains of being in a relationship themselves so they start to think that something might be wrong with them.

There is no need to be worried about enjoying being single. Studies have found that a lot of women are not in a relationship for one simple reason: They just want to be on their own! There are no issues with intimacy, they are giving and selfless, they are beautiful and they have no spiritual baggage. It is just a choice they make. If you think being single is the same thing as being lonely, you might just be getting it wrong as survey tells a different story.

Social scientists discovered that single people are more involved in their communities and have more social connections than their friends who are married. They also mix better with neighbours and friends while reaching out to long-lost connections. They work more, stay in better shape and on top of all this, they experience a higher sense of personal growth as they live a life of progress and self-discovery.

We are all a work in progress. The person you are now is not complete, you are as fleeting as all the people you have ever been. If you are single, keep an open mind and enjoy living. If you are in a relationship, stay open-minded as well. You never know what your future holds.

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