Maybe at this point you’re not ready for love yet and that’s okay. The accelerated pace of life we lead and the constant social pressure to “have someone” has led us to settle for less than we deserve. We accept excuses “for lack of time”, we are left with crumbs and we end up in a half relationship or with incomplete loves.
We forget that we deserve more and ironically we come to feel bad when we demand “more”.
But when you finally understand whate being happy and full does not mean having a partnerYou know it’s okay to wait and that being single doesn’t mean being alone.
Accepting that this is not the time to get involved in a relationship is an act of self-love for the simple fact that you will not seek to be with someone just to fill a void.
You may be going through it duel of a rupturao you’ve been single for a while. You may still be healing a love that could not be or that you’ve never really met that person who made you think of “happily ever after.”
Whatever you are experiencing, the reality is that right now you don’t feel ready to get involved with someone.
Society is very good at judging and pointing and perhaps have made you believe that there is something wrong with you for not wanting a relationship. And it is that since childhood we have been taught to look for the prince charming to protect us and ensure a good life to start a family.
But if you can’t find it at a “certain age” or if you’ve been through some failed relationships it’s because you didn’t commit enough when in reality it’s because you just have other plans.
Romantic love doesn’t always have to be a priority.
You don’t have to think that there is something wrong with you for not being interested in someone. You don’t have to stay up all night wondering why the rest of your friends are planning their weddings. while you’re not even looking for a relationship.
Don’t let pressure make you doubt your decisions or make you feel like you’re failing.
Everyone has their priorities and everyone flourishes in their own time. It’s okay if you don’t want the obligations, responsibilities, and commitments that come with being with someone.
It is okay not to want a new commitment when you are still healing the wounds of the past or when you continue to explore other options from your freedom.
It is not selfish to want to be alone but an act of self-love that allows you to connect with yourself and understand that you deserve the best. Maybe it is not that you want to be single but a part of you knows that it is time to learn and grow on your own.
It is your time to go beyond your comfort zone and live experiences that you could not otherwise. Learn to be happy with what you have and go for what truly fills you, beyond seeking to please other people’s expectations.
Because not having someone to love doesn’t have to make you feel desperate. It also doesn’t have to make you feel pathetic or inadequate. Being on your own and feeling good about it takes a lot of strength; it means that you have learned to enjoy your own company. Focus on you and all the good you deserve will come.
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