are you single?

April 25, 2010 7:40am CST
Being single doesn't mean that you are alone in this great world. We should live for ourselves rather than thinking that why we are single. For those who are not single, they should make sure that they don't get single. After all a right partner in very hard to find.
6 responses
@grace24 (1050)
• Philippines
13 Nov 10
For me, I think it better to be single rather to be in a relationship because i have my own time. I have my freedom and nobody will hurt me. Being single is not that bad. It doesn't meant that if you are single you are alone. No, it's not like that. There are other people who are single but tends to be happier than others who are into a relationship. And besides, no one will interfere me in doing the things that I like. I have friends and my family. They can make me happy.
@trebliw0 (148)
• Philippines
2 May 10
I like the idea that you are sharing, but yeah it's true that we are not alone in this world even though we're still singles. I mean we still have our families or friends who are always there for us..;-p
• Philippines
1 May 10
No one should be ashamed or feel down for being single. For me, being single is being free. I've been living my life with my family and friends the way I want to because I'm not attached to any commitment with somebody. And that's the beauty of it - no added responsibility, headache and there's no heartaches! I'm still focused on finding the right job for me - a stable job. And I'm not in a hurry in finding THE guy for me because it's not a race.
@iamster (123)
• Philippines
26 Apr 10
Me either is single ever since and I think there is nothing wrong if you are single :) It doesn't make us a lesser person just because we are single. Maybe we are just prioritizing things out. and not hurrying to find for love. If it will come, it will come.
@catalyser (531)
• Malaysia
25 Apr 10
Yes, I am proud to say that I am single. It does get lonely sometimes but that is what friends are for I suppose. Sometimes I do think back about the relationships I had in the past years. But living single for a few months really put things into perspective. Now I do not have to seek some kinda decision with my significant partner if ever I have to make a big decision. An example of big decisions here is like transferring to another university to another country. I am now just following what I want and not of other people. The freedom is sweet but the loneliness is bitter. Mix em up together and it would taste pretty okay I guess.
@Simon1223 (902)
• China
25 Apr 10
I agree that being single doesn't mean alone. Love is not the whole of life. A single man has his parents, relatives and friends, so he could have much fun without feeling lonely. By contrast, a married person whose partner is not that good is more likely to feel unhappy and lonely. Being single doesn't mean you couldn't attract others. It only mean that your Mr or Miss Right is still waiting for you in somewhere.