The Ways We Love
The Ways We Love
BY MADISYN TAYLOR
Being single or being in a relationship are both valid options for living life, and one is not better than the other.
The way we choose to love can be as unique as the way we choose to make a living, maintain our health, or entertain ourselves. Some choose to seek out a mate and enter into a partnership with a special individual, while others find immense satisfaction in staying single. There is no right or wrong way to be in your life when it comes to deciding whether or not to be in a relationship, even though society tends to put an emphasis on romantic partnerships. Whether you choose to go through life as part of a romantic relationship or live as a single unit, there are benefits to both. Feel free to be comfortable with whatever choice is right for you.
Choosing to be single is a wonderful way to spend time discovering yourself. You have more time and space to figure out what and how you want your life to be without having to keep someone else's choices in mind. Being single gives you the freedom to do what you want at a moment's notice and the pride that comes with facing life on your own terms. Companionship, support, and affection can be found while spending quality time with friends, colleagues, and relatives. There is also the fun that comes with being able to date many different people without having to make a commitment. Choosing to have a mate, on the other hand, brings with it an opportunity to share your life with another person. There is comfort in the knowledge that you are facing the world with someone as a united front. When life is challenging, you are in a position to strengthen, as well as give each other comfort. There is also the inevitable transformation of self that comes from allowing another person to so intimately be a part of your life.
Remember that what is right for one person may not be right for another, and people can transition between wanting to be with another person and wanting to be alone many times over the course of their lives. Whether you seek out a mate or live the single life, embracing it fully will ensure that either choice is as fulfilling as possible for you.
@thecaptain wow wonderfully written.
I have lived single happy life without a mate (before my depression kicked in) and it was good in its own way. Now I am with my hubby and its good too, I am happy. Both life has its own pros and cons but everyone is not strong enough to live a happy single life. I have much respect for them because they are way more stronger than anyone else.
Now after my depression and anxiety issues its hard for me to live alone because it kills me and it has turned into my biggest Nightmare to live life alone.
Are you in love, is it unconditional love or emotional dependent
Jayann about a month ago
These are excellent articles about the above topic
@jayann in 'LOVE'
love is inside us