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Life is truly an unpredictable affair and you have no idea about how it can change at any point of time.
So, people some people prefer being single rather than getting committed to someone.
Dealing with relationships and making them successful is not everyone’s cup of tea.
Relationships require emotional investment, as well as a lot of time to make things work.
Meet for the first time in a populated, public location – never in a private or remote location. Inform a friend or family member of your plans and when and where you're going.
If you own a mobile phone, make sure you have it with you . Do not do anything that would impair your judgment and cause you to make a decision you could regret. Just in case things don't work out, you need to be in control of your own ride – even if you take a taxi.
“Uncertainty is the only certainty there is, and knowing how to live with insecurity is the only security.” ~John Allen Paulos Over the past ten years, I always had a man by my side. I was in a relationship for eight years before my ex and I got engaged, then broke it off —my ex’s reason. Surely I wasn’t the only thirty-one-year-old person who felt uncertain about her new singleness.
Not long after that I got into a two-year relationship with a man who loved, yet cheated on me. So after ten years in relationships, I found myself alone. Recently some questions have bounced around in mind: What happened to me during those years? I needed to find proven ways to be happy as a single adult woman.
What did I get, gain, achieve in these two relationships? In my research, I learned some important truths about being single: time.
It is a word that describes a person who is strong enough to live and enjoy life without depending on others.” Yes, I am scared. So I started reading about being single, and interviewing other happy single people.
I started to panic, to hyperventilate—until I found this quote: “Single is not a status. But the reality is I am my own person, and if I can’t enjoy being single, how can I enjoy being with someone else?