Stop Romanticizing Relationships

Loneliness is common while you’re single. We tend to romanticize what being in a relationship is like. So, you focus on all of the good things; making dinner together, a person to call when your car breaks down, or someone to just spend the day with. In the winter, we may develop a stronger urge to pair up, to have someone to cuddle and hibernate with.

I have noticed that my single clients tend to focus on all of the things that they miss from being in a relationship. They forget the good things about being SINGLE! Once you find “the one” you may never be single again! Might as well enjoy it while you can…

Relish in your single life, because I hear my married clients telling me they wish, that sometimes, they could have their own space again and enjoy the freedom of not having to report to anyone.

So for now, while you’re single, try to focus on the positives of being on your own. What makes single life work for you, right now? It’s funny when you let go of the attachment of finding someone, and spend time dating yourself, loving yourself, that perfect person will appear in your life and you will be ready, and not lonely.

Embrace your singledom while it lasts!

  • Try sleeping in your bed sprawled out tonight…Why?…Because you can!
  • Book a vacation…a spa day…spend some money… There is no one to telling you that you can’t!
  • Enjoy your friendships and being social…Stay out late!
  • Do all of those things that you have always wanted to do, now that you have free time and your own schedule.

Maybe you can’t wait to be in a relationship, and if that’s the case, be patient and it will come. In the meantime, stop beating yourself up about being single! Enjoy it.

Live your life to the fullest and you will attract someone who does the same. If you want a strong, independent, intelligent person, you must mirror those qualities in yourself. Stop romanticizing being in a relationship and choose to be happy now. The grass is always greener on the other side, so today set the intention of focusing on what you do have rather than what you don’t.

 

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