Why Being Single is Great for Your Mental Health

Being Single doesn't mean that you will live alone for the rest of your life.

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Being single doesn’t mean you’re going to be alone forever. Being single is always a learning experience that is favorable for your mental health. What we don’t understand that we willn’t be single forever, except those who want to be single in their life.

You will realize why being single is great for you after reading the following facts.

5 Good Reasons To Being Single:

1. You will be alone with you

Believe me, this is the most important thing you should learn. Being alone doesn’t mean that you are lonely. You should not be embarrassed about being alone. The fact is that society made us believe, being alone is bad but actually it’s not. However, in my opinion, while you are single, we will get enough time to do your personal stuff. Once you will be comfortable with yourself then going out won’t seem like a big deal, in fact, you will enjoy the outside world more than before.

2. Your first choice is you

In a relationship, you’re basically put your partner first, but being single there exist no compromise at all. Finally, you will get time to treat yourself and love yourself.

5 Good Reasons To Being Single

You can do whatever you want, you can play any video games, can wear any T-Shirt and there will be no one to restrict you. When you are in a relationship, you do the way your partner wants but being single there will be no argument over anything at all.

3. More time for physically active

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In a relationship, you spend a certain amount of time with your partner and do things what matters to them. But being single you will get more amount of time to spend on you and in this case, you will spend more amount of time at your grooming.

Exercise is extremely beneficial for your health even to your mental health and if facts to be believed those who are single spend a significant amount of time exercising regularly.

4. Stronger Friendships

Those who are working hard in their life and have a little amount of time for their personal life, prefer their partner before their friends to spend those personal time. There is nothing wrong in that and it’s also obvious to do so. However, sometimes you feel guilty for your friends, but being single you have much amount of time to spend with your friends.

If you are single then you will have a healthier and larger friend circle than that of a person who is in a relationship.

5. Exploring new interests

In a relationship, you caught up with a routine with your partner and do same things day after day from going out to having dinner to movies, but being single you can pursue hobbies that you have always wish to try.

Now that you have more time, you will try to spend those times on exercise, yoga classes, music classes or whatever you like. This doesn’t mean you can’t do these things being in a relationship, but sometimes we just feel embarrassed to express our hobbies and with enough time and personal space, we can do it while we live single.

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SUMMARY:

For all my readers out there, those who are single, I hope you are feeling better for being single right now. With all the above benefits its nothing to be ashamed of your current relationship status for a little while.

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Emily Wilson, Ph.D.
When it comes to relationship advice, Emily is the right person to contact. Her specialties include children, family relationships, domestic violence, and sexual assault and she shares her real-life experiences and professional insights on LoudFact. She already helped hundreds of persons to fix their relationship issues. With having nine years of experience, she is the best person to consult about relationships problems.
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