Single for Valentine’s Day?
If you’re going to be alone (again), this might be of interest to you.
There’s no easy way to say this so I won’t sugar coat it.
Valentine’s Day has to be one of THE hardest time of the year to be single.
This season celebrates couples being together. Love and romance is in the air
All of this makes you get in your head more.
Not to mention, you’re bombarded with all the marketing and advertising around it. It doesn’t really help your case doesn’t it?
I could go on and on, but if you’re in the middle of this situation, you don’t need to hear it.
You need to know what you’re going to do about it, right?
Personally, I’m a huge believer of looking for the good in every situation.
How do you turn disadvantages into advantages?
Here are 5 things to do if you’re single for Valentine’s Day.
Evaluate Your Goals
If you don’t know where you’re going, any map will take you there.
Get really clear about what you want your dating life to look like this coming year.
Once you know what you want, align all your actions to get you to where you want to go.
Everything else is just distractions.
Take This Moment To Reflect
Get a sheet of paper and divide it into 2 columns: things that went well and things to improve on.
Seeing things listed out really does make a difference.
It’s much easier to make changes in your dating life when you can point out what you need to do.
Reconnect With Old Friends
You are the average of the people you keep close to you. Make sure you take the time to nurture relationships with your good friends.
Get together with your other single friends and do something fun.
Also, the best way to meet someone you’re compatible with is either from your own hobbies or your social circle.
Who says you need a date for Valentine’s Day to celebrate?
Get a massage. Go shopping. Enjoy a nice meal.
Learn to enjoy your own company. If you’re happy being by yourself, that’s a great place to start to be in a romantic relationship.
Ask for help
You don’t know what you don’t know until someone shows you how.
If you’re clueless about dating and relationships, it’s not your fault. It’s not like they teach this stuff at school or at home right?
But it is your responsibility to look for the right information to change your situation.
Find someone who has what you want and get them to help you.
Being single on Valentine’s Day can be a depressing time. We’ve all been there at some point.
But you have to take control of your own happiness. Nobody else is going to do it for you.
I hope you’ve enjoyed learning this as much as I’ve enjoyed writing this for you.
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