The Most Important Person

Have you gone on countless dates and still find yourself single? Have you had relationships that did not work out and now you are on the market again? Are you getting tired of the games and the roller coaster ride that is the dating scene? Welcome to the club my friend. I am right there with you. I have been in long term relationships, short term, no term, good, and bad and at the end of the day I am still single.

When is enough, enough? Never!

I am a hopeless romantic. I am a determined woman who never gives up on a dream. Even though I am the epitome of determination, I am tired. I have found myself at a point in my life where I am saying to myself, “I’m tired of dating, now what?”

Dating is not easy, especially in this day and time of technology. It has its perks. It can be fun but it does get old. The game playing and mixed messages can wear a person down. Sooner or later it gets old for everybody.

It is time to take a breath and get right with yourself. We all have a breaking point. There comes a time when you need to regroup and start fresh. This is a great time to work on you. We should all be happy being alone but we are not. When the dating game goes on to long, we begin to feel like we are going to die old and alone with our cats and dogs. We forget that we are not alone. We are with the most important person in our lives, ourselves. We have to learn how to be alone and enjoy it.

What I learned through this journey is how to love my own company. I am my best date. We like the same things, do not fight, and like each other. That is the best type of relationship. Some times we want something so badly we push to hard. The most important lesson I have learned is to enjoy just being with myself. The truth is you will be with only one person the rest of your life, the most important person in your life, YOU. If you do not enjoy being with the most important person in your life, how are you going to enjoy being with someone else?

Embrace you! The moment you stop looking for a partner and get really comfortable with dating yourself, that is the moment the partner will come. In the meantime, go out and enjoy your life. Take vacations, spend time with friends and family, go out and make new friends and adventures. Life is short. Do not waste it sitting at home because you do not have a partner. Spend every moment finding ways to enjoy the first partner you ever had………..

YOURSELF.

The Most Important Person

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