Let's face it: Being single is fun. The freedom to do what you want when you want and not having to answer to anyone except yourself is incredible. So, when you've been single for a while and someone amazing strolls into your single life, you'll find it a bit hard to adjust. Adjusting to being with someone when being alone and independent is all you know makes it harder to welcome the person with open arms. Most of the time, we are in denial and convince ourselves we are fine.
Swipe Right is our advice column that tackles the tricky world of online dating. This week: a woman has found luck everywhere in her life except romantically. I am a year old-woman who has been single for 10 whole years. I have great friends, an active social life, interesting hobbies, a challenging career and four wonderful nieces and nephews. I can honestly say I am happy with my life and feel very fortunate. However, I do feel lonely and would love to meet a man. I miss a partner to share things with and I really miss sexual intimacy.
How To Be Single And Happy After A Long Relationship Ends
The truth is, being single is pretty awesome: You get to do whatever you want, whenever you want, and your life is your own. That said, sometimes after a period of singledom, you might feel like you want to and are ready to enter a relationship again. It can be nice to start to look forward to a new love after a period of being happily by yourself. But since you've been single for so long, you may be wondering exactly how to prepare for a relationship, now. Worry not!
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