How to Enjoy Being Single While you Prepare for Mr. Right
My next book is for all the single women out there who are having a hard time enjoying being single. You might be single mom dating or a woman fresh out of college, if so, my new book Riding Solo can help you.
Inside you’ll find issues addressed that you have emailed me about. Issues like rumination and the lack of single quality men. I’m going to talk about what is going on in your mind and how to change some of the beliefs that are causing you to hate being single.
Build Yourself and He Will Come will be a constant theme that I will be hammering home!
Men are attracted to happy, confident women not women who rely on their confidence based on a man. It’s like putting the cart before the horse – don’t do it!
You may find yourself now wanting to pursue a relationship, but you have these types of thoughts banging around in your head:
- All of the good guys are already taken
- Men my age date much younger women
- I’m too out of practice to make a good girlfriend or wife
- I’m too independent to be in a relationship
While these may seem like valid thoughts, they are railroading your desire to be in a relationship. These inner thoughts are sabotaging your efforts. They all qualify as negative self-talk and they all hinder what you think is your goal of having a great relationship.
Not only that, these thoughts are ideas you’ve conjured up in your mind. They are not true but, you’ve come to believe they’re true. These are called self-limiting beliefs. You will be learning how to get rid of those very soon!
Everyone tells you to enjoy being single – embrace it. Grow. Don’t you hate hearing that!
How to Enjoy Being Single
Remember that trip to Greece you wanted to take? How about those violin lessons you never finished? As we speak, people are lying on their death beds wishing they lived their lives differently. They’re regretting chances they didn’t take.
In order to accomplish these things, you might want to consider suspending the endless pursuit of just any man and take a break! Make this the season of you. The year of you. There are plenty of new opportunities in the future to become one with another person, but that time is not now.
You have work to do.
You are capable of more than you realize. You just got sidetracked along the way by life. Maybe it was your lack of financial stability that delayed your dreams or maybe you didn’t want to date when your children were young. It doesn’t matter.
For now, you are single and you have no excuses. Still, your default thought process says you must get into a relationship or you’re a failure. That thought process isn’t getting you anywhere! I know because I was single for most of my life and it was the best thing that happened to me!
Change is in the air…
Look for Riding Solo in early 2019!Share