Encino Matchmakers | 4 Times It’s Okay to Be Single in LA

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In our world, singles can feel like they are missing out in life, especially when everyone they know is in a happy and loving relationship, their favorite songs are about loving relationships, and they’re patted on the back and reassured they’ll eventually find someone. All these things can make singles of all ages feel pretty sad.

But in reality, being single isn’t that bad as people make it out to be. You might not have a life partner who is waiting for you at the coffee shop or someone cute to post pictures on Instagram with, but there are a lot of upsides to being single. Aside from having the freedom to do whatever you want whenever you want, to come and go as you please, and to date whoever you want, you also have many opportunities to get to know yourself properly and work towards your life goals and dreams.

There are even times which it’s probably better to be single than it is to be in a relationship.

Today, our Encino matchmakers are going to show you the times it’s okay to be single.

  1. When there’s no one you really like.

 

It literally stinks when you feel like you have to apologize for not being in a relationship, and that’s especially true when you’re alone because there’s no one you want to do date. For some people, relationships are so important that they will do whatever it takes to get in one, even if it means settling for less than they deserve. Never apologize for not being one of those people.

Love is sadly one of those things that you can’t force. It would be wonderful if we could make ourselves like the people who are interested in us and stop ourselves from liking those that are not, but life doesn’t work that way. And relationships take time and effort, so it seems like madness to put all that into someone you don’t really like.

  1. When there’s no point in pursing something you don’t want.

 

Some people would argue that to discover what you want in a partner, you have to get out there and experience it all. We definitely agree to some extent, but that doesn’t mean committing to a long-term relationship. If you don’t know what type of relationship you want and what kind of person makes you happy, it’s fine to date around and surround yourself with different people to figure it out rather than tying yourself down to one person.

Why? Think about it, would you want someone to commit to you if they weren’t sure they actually wanted to be with you? This road has the potential to seriously break your heart if you decide to go down it. And if you don’t know what you want, you won’t be happy in a relationship.

  1. When you need time to heal emotionally.

 

When your heart is broken, it can be tempting to jump right into the dating scene and do whatever it takes to get in a new relationship to heal the pain. While rebounding flings can have their place, we completely vouch for staying single until you are fully healed from your break up.

The problem with filling a void with a person is that, if they were to leave too, the void would be even bigger. And life has too many surprises to guarantee that they won’t break your heart too, so it’s in your best interest to find some other way to treat your pain and loneliness. The period following a broken relationship is a great time to spend alone and to find ways to boost your confidence, strength, and happiness.

  1. When you have goals and dreams in life.

 

Men have always managed to balance great careers and great relationships, and we believe that women can do the same. It’s nice to have someone by your side while you are pursuing your dreams that are difficult or frightening; the support from a partner is great. But if we’re being realistic, it’s tough to balance big dreams with a new relationship, even if it’s possible.

You can be a business owner, an artist, or a CEO and be a great girlfriend at the same time, but it’s not ridiculous to want to be single and focus only on your goals and dreams. While it’s nice to have someone to lean on, you have 24 hours in a day, a limited amount of time and energy, and every minute counts.

While it’s completely okay to be single, we know deep down everyone wants to be coupled up at some point. If you are single and want to meet relationship-minded singles in Los Angeles, contact our Encino matchmakers today and let us help you meet the partner of your dreams. To reserve your FREE (90-minute) matchmaking consultation, simply fill out the confidential form at the top of the page today!