You’re single, awesome and a good catch, yet you are still single. What are you doing wrong?
There is absolutely nothing wrong with you!
Below are eight reasons why you still single;
1. You’re not ready
If you’re not ready for commitment, then why push for something you’re not 100% prepared for yet?
2. You don’t believe in settling
There is no reason to settle unless, of course, you think you are running out of time, or you don’t believe in real and lasting love.
However, you know he is out there, and you don’t need to settle for anyone less than what you want in a person. Someone that is just as wonderful as you. It will be worth the wait.
3. You don’t believe in on-demand relationships
There is no reason to be in an on-demand relationship, when and if it suits them — waiting for them to call. Relationships are about caring and sharing and spending time together.
4. You need to focus on you first
You need to find yourself first before sharing your life with someone else. It wouldn’t be fair to commit to someone else while still trying to determine which direction you’re headed or what you actually want out of life.
5. Your confidence is really intimidating
Even the cockiest of guys will second guess themselves before approaching a woman of your caliber.
6. You don’t require a man to validate your existence
You live your life and don’t let life revolve around finding someone. You don’t need men to complete you.
7. You too busy living life
Your schedule is hectic tackling projects, taking excursions, and socializing with your friends. Having a boyfriend is fantastic, and all, but friends are a whole other level of awesome.
8. Guys are not into commitment as they once were
We reside in a society where hooking up seems to take priority over serious relationships. While hooking up is fun and one-night stands are a blast, it’s hard to find commitment from men who aren’t into it.
In this particular case, you being single is entirely out of your control.
While you may like to have a boyfriend yet, you know that by having one, your life will change. Absolutely nothing wrong with that, yet it is something you need to do on your own time and be ready to be totally committed.
In the past, women have historically were defined by their spouses. Women had their identities tied to mothers and wives.
Women did not have the same opportunities as men. Men could pursue their education and high paying careers.
Women were financially dependent on their spouses. As time moves on, women were allowed to work in factories.
Now women have careers and are entirely independent. Single women are no longer considered old maids or spinsters.
It is a matter of choice if you want to be in a committed relationship or not.