|Reasons why being single is the best|
1. More Opportunities to Meet New People
Singles tend to focus on social circles and relationships. If you’re single, it’s about expanding your social circle and any opportunity to form a relationship. It’s a great way to meet people and get out of your comfort zone.
2. No relationship, No Fights, No Drama
It's a given that fights and arguments are inevitable in any relationship. When you're single, however, it's a completely different story. Sure, you'll argue about little things like bills, or what to eat for dinner, but that's nothing compared to the massive arguments that come up when you're in a serious relationship. And when your partner dumps you or doesn't want to get married, the fighting just gets worse. But hey, what are you going to do? Arguments are a part of being in a relationship. But when you're single, you can have fights without worrying about how your relationship will end. After all, you're the one that gets to decide whether or not you stay single.
3. Total Control Of Your Money
When you're dating someone, you don't want to spend all your money on dates alone. Dating isn't cheap, but if you're going on a date with your girlfriend or boyfriend, you'll want to make it special. Date nights aren't only fun, they're also a great way to save money. If you're planning on saving some extra dough for a nice trip or a new gadget, Bing single tips for a date night that won't break the bank.
4. You can make plans freely
There are no longer any obligations for you to visit your partner’s family, or watch games that you have no interest in. Your social calendar is completely up to you whether you want to have a cozy evening with a blanket, party all night long, or plan a spontaneous road trip. You can go out at any time without fear of feeling guilty. You don’t have to worry about missing out on anything.
5. You may be more successful at work.
There are many things that go into how happy you are at work, but if you are single, you are free to pursue your career choices without constraints. As Dr. Bella DePaulo suggests, this freedom allows you to feel freer to choose what type of work you prefer, whether it is full-time or part-time, with a company that offers more flexibility or one that provides less.
6. Freedom to Focus on Yourself
When you're single, you have time and energy to discover who you are and how you want to live. This is a great time to be able to pursue goals and explore interests. There's no one else around you, so go out there and become that person.
7. You Become Independent
If you’re single, you learn to do it all by yourself and become more independent! There are some things that you can rely on your partner for, but there are also things that you need to do on your own. This includes having sex! When you’re single, you may not want to discuss your feelings and desires with your partner, but you may need to start thinking about how to satisfy yourself.
8. No Pressure Of Dressing Up style
I don't mean to sound conceited, but I'll take credit for my fashion choices. I choose clothes for myself without any influence from anyone else. However, now, I'm open to others influencing me.
9. You can create your own routine
Without a mate, a person is free to do what he wants, when he wants. By taking charge of his schedule, he has more control over his life. Studies show that people with well-defined schedules have a better quality of life. Thus, a person can start that blog, take a photography class, join a group of friends, and meet for breakfast on a regular basis.
10. Exploring New Hobbies
The world is open to you when you're single. Sign up for a class that you want to take up. In your serious relationship, you'll have a hard time escaping your rut of movie nights and dinner dates. Don't miss out on experiencing all that life has to offer by remaining in a constant routine. When you're alone, it's easier to discover things about yourself and the world.
11. You have richer friendships.
We’ve all experienced it, either in our own relationships or those of a friend: Two people spend more time together and less time with other people. Turns out there is a psychological term for this phenomenon — dyadic withdrawal. This is a special kind of withdrawal, not just one person but two. Dyadic withdrawal is based on the principle that if two people spend more time together than with other people, then they must need each other more than they need anyone else. Dyadic withdrawal is a selfish emotion.
According to studies, single people pay more attention to their siblings, parents, friends, and neighbors than married people. Even though couples may be dating or married for years, the single person’s attention to their family members is always greater.
12. Staying in Shape
Indeed, it’s true: Health improvements are the results of many factors. Sleeping better, exercising more, taking better care of yourself are things you should do regardless of whether you’re in a relationship or not. But if you’re single, you might prioritize them more. Studies have shown that single people have a better diet than married people, they are more likely to eat fruits and vegetables, and they tend to have more healthy relationships with their families.
13. You’re More Happy
Being single can be a lot of fun, but it does take a lot of work. No one else to answer to means that you can do whatever you want, whenever you want. That’s why being single is so much fun.
Here's why we love the single life. Share it with your friend who loves to complain about the misery of dating.
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