Society has many stereotypes and prejudices about love. As a result, people often feel pressure to stay in a relationship, even if they are dissatisfied with it, and they feel guilty about being single.

But do not forget that you can be alone but not lonely. Having a committed relationship with yourself has many benefits. We are sure that one of the most important relationships you will have is with yourself, and sometimes loneliness is the best option.

We Are Often Guilty Of Singlism

Research has shown that people rate single men and women more negatively. It is so common that there is even a word to describe it: singlism.

Single people face different types of discrimination, and this is considered legitimate and without problems. So the next time someone asks you when you will meet your partner, they are actually invading your privacy.

It’s Better To Learn To Be Kind To Yourself First

No matter how hard you try, if you don’t love yourself, you won’t be able to build a healthy relationship. Not surprisingly, scientists are warning us that self-pitying couples are more satisfied with their relationships.

Self-compassion means that you are kind and careful with yourself. In contrast, people who are in conflict with themselves tend to be controlling, dominant, and critical.

You Can Develop More As An Individual

Think of all the time single people have for themselves. They can try different hobbies, fulfill their wildest dreams, or pursue their careers. Don’t believe it?

Although it is evident that married men earn more than single men. Single women are twice as likely to own a home as single men.

Singles Actually Have Super Strong Relationships

There is a stereotype that single people suffer from loneliness, but that’s wrong. The fact that you are not in a relationship with anyone means that you are more likely to have stronger ties to your family and friends.

Single people are more likely to socialize and offer and receive help from family and others.

Chasing Love Can Make Your Life Miserable

This constant desire makes us embark on a quest to find a partner. Unfortunately, this sometimes means lowering expectations or giving up important qualities in a potential partner.

Love can be addictive and we can end up jumping “heart to heart” in a desperate search for a soul mate.

What do you think about singlism? Do you think that single people can feel calm and happy?