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6/9/08

Unsuccessful vs. Successful Single


’ve used the phrase “successful single” many times in here. You may be wondering what exactly makes someone a successful single. Let's look at the difference between an unsuccessful single and a successful single.

How to be an unsuccessful single:

  • See being single as a condition that needs to be cured.

  • Be on a constant lookout for that one person that is going to make everything right.

  • Put off living your life until you meet someone.

  • Believe that no matter what you do, you will wind up hurt.

  • Resign yourself to being alone and miserable the rest of your life.

  • Take on a victim mentality and there is nothing you can do about your life.

  • Believe the lie that "all the good ones are taken."

How to be a successful single:

  • Don't put your life on hold waiting for a relationship to happen.

  • Find your life's vision and purpose and live it while you are single.

  • One of the best ways to find your life partner is to be a happy, successful single person living the life that you really want.

  • Know what types of people are bad for you and avoid them.

  • Don't just wait for someone to come knocking at your door. It can be a long wait. Get out into social situations.

  • Seek out healthy choices in potential partners.

  • Always keep in mind that it only takes one.

  • Create an attractive and compelling life that someone would be eager to be a part of.

  • In other words, view being single not as a condition to be cured, but as an opportunity to be explored and lived out to its fullest.[2]


Remember, if you can't stand to be with you, how will anyone else?
If you want to be a successful single, you have to feel complete on your own.

You'll know that you are starting to become a successful single when your actions change.

1 comments:

Andrew at singleshelp.org said...

I'm glad my website was able to help you, but please credit my website in this and any future postings. The original author of the text that you posted would probably appreciate a credit as well.