There's nothing more liberating than being your true, authentic self within the comfort of your own home. When you're dating someone, you have to make compromises and open yourself to new hobbies that might not interest you.
When you're single, however, you get to live life for yourself and only yourself.
The thing that makes breaking up so daunting is it must inevitably lead to going on dates, putting yourself out there and being vulnerable again.Once you know what it’s like to get hurt, the last thing you want to do is put yourself in that situation again.So be grateful, because you don't have to be the plus-one at any weddings or go to any parties you'd rather die than attend.Being single is actually a blessing where you get to be truly and authentically you. Maybe start a group text with your single girl friends and plan a trip to Copenhagen.Every time I have a boyfriend, I always get so invested in our relationship that I forget to pursue my own passions.
I love Netflix nights and cuddling so much that the idea of going to Copenhagen with my girls on a whim doesn't even cross my mind. There's no better time to explore the world, your career, your friendships, and yourself.
We stay in bad relationships, relationships that bore us to tears, abusive relationships and unfulfilling relationships because we’re so petrified of the alternative: being single.
It’s the idea of not having someone that makes us settle.
It’s the prospect of dying alone that keeps us tethered to something subpar.
The thing is I’m not afraid of being single; I’m afraid of dating.
Part of the beauty of being single is that you can roam around your house wearing whatever you'd like. I know that when I'm in a relationship, I always feel the need to wear a bra.