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Being Single Is Better Than Being With Someone Who Isn’t Sure If They Want To Be With You For Real


Being single and having no one to text you is better than reaching out to someone and texting them only to realize that two hours have passed and you still didn’t get a response from them even though they were active.

Being single and sitting home watching Netflix and chilling is better than wasting hours dressing up only to have them cancel in the last minute.

Being single and going out and having fun with your friends is better than waiting for them to see if they will call you or send you a text inviting you to their house because they are drunk and suddenly, they “miss” you.

Being single and being free to date and flirt with whomever you want is better than staying faithful to the one who is not sure whether they want to be exclusive with you because they still want to date around.

Being single and getting your good night sleep is better than losing sleep while you are anxiously waiting for their call.

Being single and not having anyone in your life is better than chasing after someone who keeps their options open.

Being single and focusing on your studies or your work is better than wasting all your time and energy worrying about someone who doesn’t give a damn about you.

Being single and haven’t yet found the person who is right for you is better than telling yourself that a toxic person loves you and will change for you.

Being single and giving yourself all the care and love you need is better than waiting for someone else to give it to you. You cannot pour from an empty glass. Your heart must be first filled with love for yourself before falling in love with another person.

Being single is better than being in a complicated ‘almost’ relationship. It’s better to be happy alone than miserable with another person who is not ready to give you what you deserve and meet you halfway.

Being single is better than not being sure where you stand with someone.

Because being in an “almost” relationship is not enough. No one deserves to be strung along by the person they love.

Everyone deserves to have someone who will be loyal, consistent, loving, and respectful to them. Someone who won’t think of relationships as something burdening and suffocating, especially when they have an honest and understanding person by their side.

Mary Wright