Finding Happiness as a Single Person
Specific individuals consider being single to be a lonely state. This is a lie that no one should pay attention to. Because of how lonely being single may be, many people stay in loveless and unpleasant relationships because they don’t want to experience the emptiness that comes with it. Getting out of a relationship can be difficult. It’s like falling off a boat you’ve been on for a long time, directly into the freezing waters, and learning to swim and navigate from scratch. All of this would be irrelevant if you could breathe underwater.
Yes, having a partner makes life even more lovely, but being alone adds a sense of tranquility that you would not get from being in a relationship. It’s easy to get trapped thinking about how to be happy alone and live your best life at some time in your life. The first thing you must realize is that you are solely responsible for your happiness.
Even if you don’t want it to happen, you find yourself entirely reliant on your partner as a single person. They are the first people you notice when something goes wrong at work. They’re also the first people you inform when something positive happens. You rely on them for advice and assistance. Yes, they are always present.