Being single means doing many things on your own and having more alone time. Some people are less comfortable than others when it comes to this; they see it as a punishment. But here’s what’s great about stagging it through life:
Your diet is your diet. You can eat what you want and chow down precisely when you feel hungry. You do not have to wait for your man to come home from work. You can also watch the movies you want.
You actually get out of the house. It’s hard to motivate for a party when you’re sitting on the couch in your sweats, cuddling with your BF. It might also be hard to get him to care about your friends. Or vice versa. But being single makes your social life less complicated. You’re more open-minded about going out.
You can travel. Now’s the time to explore. You may not have the freedom later. Call up a friend and start packing!
Loneliness hurts less. Feeling lonely when you’re in a relationship is much worse than feeling lonely when you’re single. And yes, married people do feel lonely at times (e.g. when he’s taking you for granted or going into his man cave).