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Published on April 27, 2019 in Blog1, Picture Quotes
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 Women who remain single for long periods of time end up the happiest.

When you think of a single woman, what do you picture? Is it a lonely, sad person craving affection and companionship, or a strong, independent, resilient woman? Society often portrays single women as lacking something in life or being incomplete, but this stereotype is far from the truth.
While some single women are desperate to be in a relationship, many of those who consistently have no significant other in their lives are happier than those who do. In the modern world, single women everywhere are breaking expectations and taking their lives into their own hands to focus on themselves and live out their dreams.
If you talk to women who are happy being by themselves, you’ll find a level of self-assurance and confidence that can be lacking in women who are in serious romantic relationships. But why is this?
It’s because women that are comfortable being single are enough for themselves. They don’t need someone in order to feel complete. They are comfortable and fulfilled in life, despite the fact that they’re alone.
Each of these women is different. Some of them have always been single for the simple reason that they’ve never met anyone that has been able to meet their expectations for a partner. Some of them are simply used to being alone and are happy to stay that way. Some of them have even been in relationships before and were so badly hurt that they’ve vowed to stay away from them completely.
Whatever the reason may be, the women who remain single for long stretches of time are often those who feel the happiest.
One particular trait that stands out in these women is a contentment with solitude. They’re happiest being in their own company, with no one else around to worry about. They are comfortable with their own thoughts no matter what situation they are in.
For these women, every moment is full and complete, regardless of what they’re doing. They embrace everything in their lives completely, including being alone. For women like this, solitude is bliss.
They are far less likely to find themselves wishing that they had someone else to share experiences with than other women might be if they find themselves doing something alone. They’re unlikely to crave intimacy and other people’s company. They’re perfectly happy being all by themselves.
For women like this, spending the evening at home alone with a glass of wine for company is more appealing than having someone else there. They’re comfortable going to a restaurant and eating alone, or going to the movies without a partner.
They don’t need anyone else in order to feel like their life has meaning.
These women have the freedom in their lives to totally peruse their own goals. They’re reliant on no one, and don’t have to worry about anyone else. They’re responsible for themselves, and that’s it. They have the time and the energy to dedicate to chasing their dreams.
They can get lost in their careers and their hobbies. They can focus on keeping themselves active and eating healthily. Instead of worrying about chasing after guys, they follow their calling in life.
They’re inspired by living life solo. They enjoy the space around them where their soul can breathe and they can be completely at peace.
That isn’t to say that women who are happy alone will never fall in love or end up settling down with someone; they’re just in no rush to make it happen. They know that they’ll know when the right person comes along.
They have higher standards than most. They don’t want to settle for just anyone. They’re waiting for the person that will support and inspire them to live out their dreams, rather than holding them back with mediocrity. They’re waiting for someone that will encourage them, cheer them on, and build them up every single day. They don’t have time to waste on bad relationships that would only end up holding them back. They won’t lose themselves to love someone else.
Because at the end of the day, they’re perfectly happy being alone.
Written by Maverick, Staff Writer at Lessons Learned In Life Inc. ©️

2 Comments

  1. Liana June 12, 2019 Reply

    Well, I say ‘Bravo’ to this article! The single women I know have reached this level and followed their hearts. Literally all the married/involved women I know are far less happy than these single women, I’ve always been happier alone. I don’t hate men, I just don’t want one of my own anymore.
    Too much abuse, both physical and emotional.
    This article rings true to me although married relatives think I am odd not to be dating or pursuing men, I really don’t care.
    Society persists in keeping women on track and subservient, often abused by the very one who they thought would protect them. You only have to watch the news daily to hear about women disappearing, shortly followed by husbands, boyfriends and even close family members being arrested for their demise.
    In Iceland marriage is unusual and both parties take responsibility for any children. I think they have the best option, this is freedom, equality and a far better mindset than what persists throughout the world.
    https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/wonder-list-bill-weir-iceland/index.html
    While the mating game is necessary and in demand when we are young, as we grow older and wiser we start to let go of what society demands of us and be who we are. One day when women have pay equality this trend will deepen.
    Marriage is on it’s way out from what I’ve read lately, perhaps these women are not willing to follow the path of their parents after seeing all they endured in those relationships?

  2. Tallyn June 15, 2019 Reply

    The article hits home with me. I have been single by choice most of my adult life and am still loving it.
    There is a huge difference between being lonely and alone.
    I find that those who have not experienced a solitary life cannot actually understand it. It is also not for everyone nor do we who prefer it expect everyone to embrace it for themselves. All we ask is that it be respected as a lifestyle choice.

    Just because something is different or new for you does not mean it is wrong! It is just different.

    (nit-picking is a good way to set gains for girls and women back 50 years)

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