In the end, we all want to be with someone we can share our life with. We want a partner who we can support, and would support us in return. However, there are cases where we try to find this person for the wrong reasons. We could really be in love, or, in some cases, we just hate being single.
If You Simply Hate Being Single, You’re Dating For The Wrong Reasons
Even if we do not admit it, there are those of us who experience the fear of missing out, also known as FOMO. Because we see that the people around us are getting married or entering into serious relationships, we also want the same thing. There’s nothing wrong with this, of course, because we all deserve to be loved. But, maybe, because we don’t want to get “left behind,” we might get into a relationship that’s not right for us. How can you know?
1. Are you comfortable being alone?
You should still be able to spend time with yourself – eat by yourself, go to the movies by yourself, and so on. If your answer is no to this question, then, it is one of the biggest signs that you simply hate being single. You’re dating because you are lonely or you feel alone.
2. Is your commitment deep and personal?
If you are dating or are in a relationship, you have to double check if your connection is shallow or deep. Do you want to get to know your date or partner better? Or, is the sense of curiosity not there at all?
3. Is there a reciprocal sharing of your lives?
If you are truly in love, then there should be a reciprocal sharing of your life and your partner’s life. If you’re still single and are serious about entering into a long-term relationship, then you should be willing to share your life with another person.
So, Do you Just Hate Being Single?
You have to know the answers to these questions if you want to check if you just hate being single, or are totally set in finding someone true. Also, be honest with yourself when trying to figure out the answers to the questions above. For more dating and relationship tips, read other posts on the blog.