Ok! This one is really hard to read but as a matter of fact, you DO feel alone periodically. We know you got a great and supportive family and the gang of your friends is simply the “squad goals” for other but you cannot deny this fact that you feel alone and you hate this feeling of loneliness. Come on! We all want that someone special, who gives us an unusual feeling and a beautiful feeling of being loved, cared and desired. The person who perceives you as their “everything” and vice versa. Nobody can give you this kind of love! Yes! You read it right, not your family, not your friends, forget your best friend too.
You end up hating Rom-Coms:
Romance and comedy are perfect as a combo but a cliché at the same time. We understand the fact it becomes even more clichéd and corny when you are single because this genre is specifically designed for couples. Watching a rom-com makes you feel lonely and you truly feel the void and lack of a significant others. You would rather watch a horror movie or a documentary about animals on National Geographic than watching a rom-com movie. Even if you watch it with your friends, the results are going to be same. Yes! The lonely feeling. So yes! Instead to opting for a Rom-Com go watch your favorite season or a science fiction , go out and explore the world, travel, hang out with friends(only if they are free in terms of a commitment with their significant others) , oops ! That hurts again.
This one is a really sensitive topic and may leave you butt hurt. Think about it. Where is the satisfaction when you are taking long lonely walks? Where is the satisfaction when see you see a couple laughing hysterically over an inside joke? Where is the satisfaction when you come back to your apartment lonely? Where is the satisfaction when you have stay alone on valentine’s day and listen to your friend’s stories the very next day, that make you even more lonely and deprived of love. There is no satisfaction, you got to admit it. It’s about the fact that you are single and you can do whatever the heck you want to. It’s about the sense of belongingness that’s lacking. To know that you belong to someone special and vice versa is what gives you utter satisfaction and brighten ups your day.
Laura can’t stop gushing over her partner who arranged a perfect birthday surprise yesterday. Serena is happy because her 5th anniversary is around the corner. Jim is not anxious anymore because his girlfriend fixed the errors of his tomorrow’s presentation at office. Dave fixed his girls friend’s TV and is happy to see her smiling. And here you are, sitting alone, reading this article and getting jealous of your friends doing or experiencing the comparable things.
Trust us! You are missing a great deal of affection and compassion by choosing to stay single.
Are you sure you want to stay single?