Wanting to be single, is it a crime?

Since the failure of my last love relationship, I made the decision to stay single and think of myself. I realized that in the last years I had put a lot of effort on others and little on myself. I found that I no longer knew myself, that I had no more passion and that I defined myself by the way people looked at me, without really knowing who I was.

It's scary ... It's as if during all this time, love made me forget that I was as important as the person I loved. That I had to move forward also and stop wanting to move others forward.

I forgot myself, lost, I deviated from the path I had traced and time passed, without my being able to realize, how much love had erased me.

Today, at 25 years of age, it is as if a bomb had fallen on my head. Who are you, what do you want and what is it you like.

I want, for the first time in my life, to think of myself and live for myself.

Oscar Wilde said: "To love oneself is to be assured of being loved all his life".

Strangely, men don’t seem to understand this phenomenon:

"Would you like to have a drink?"

- "No thanks, I do not want to meet anyone right now."

And the festival of misunderstanding and persuasion begins:

- "You could be much happier with me"

"How is it that you do not want to meet anyone?" Give yourself a chance. "

"Are you afraid of being hurt again?" I do not understand".

Let us see gentlemen. Wanting to remain single, is it a crime? Why would we not have the right to be totally happy and single ?? Why should we absolutely need someone by our side to be fulfilled?

Are we a generation of emotional dependents?


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