Humans were meant to be partnered. We live longer when we have someone who cares about us and generally we are much happier than those who live alone. It is certainly more fun to have sex with a partner than by ourselves and shopping, eating and doing the mundane are much more enjoyable when we have someone to share our lives with.
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Yet, so many people live alone. Why?
- There’s no one out there who would love me
- I’m too old
- I’m not attractive enough
- I’m not intelligent enough
- I don’t want to be hurt again
- I want someone, but it’s too painful to even think about
- It’s too much trouble to date
- I don’t even know what to do or where to start
- What if I get hurt again
- I don’t want to go through another heartache or breakup
- I’m too set in my ways
Our beliefs stand in our way of having love. If we don’t believe love is possible, we won’t find it. If we feel we are unworthy of love, or unloveable, we won’t have the bravery we need to go for it. We get in our own way.
It isn’t that all the good guys have been taken, or that there are no women left worth having.