OK, so you made the big leap.
The big move abroad you have had on your mind for years now. You maybe even left that special girl or boyfriend to do it, family, a job, a friend network or whatever.
You were comfortable. Now, you’re not. You’re in a new scene. You know few, if any, people.
Everything’s going fine, but, ummm, you’re kind of lonely.
It’s only been two weeks, but you are already tired of eating alone in restaurants.
I know, I get it. I’ve been there too. It’s tough.
Especially if you are longing to have a special, intimate someone in your life.
But I say, blame your loneliness on Disney!
That’s right. Seriously.
It’s during those Disney movies we all watch as a kid when it begins to get embedded in our brain that their is only one special someone out there for us. That we NEED that prince charming to be happy.
I say hogwash.
The reality of the situation is that there are MANY people “perfect” for you, most just end up settling down with one when the time happens to be right for both.
Couples are replaceable. Live your dream. Be true to you. Don’t let anything or any one stand in your way. Be a little selfish. You’ll be happy you did.
It may sting for a bit, but time cures all.
Remember, there are positives and negatives to everything in life…
Being single is often a choice you are making deep down.
When you’re single, you really don’t have to answer to anyone, you’re free, you can do what you want, when you want. Of course there are negatives too. Know thyself, and decide what you want.
Then find it.
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