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I found a lovely quote through twitter, “To see a rainbow, one has to pass a storm.” When something bad happens, we tend to concentrate on the negatives, forgetting that there must be something positive hidden somewhere in the havoc.You will know happiness in the future—and in the present, if you’re open to it. When something dramatic and fast hits us, it will take time to process it and start over. As a newbie in singlehood I still have a lot to learn, understand, and explore.Now that I’m single, I have an opportunity to do all the things I put off while I was putting all my energy into my relationships.I have to believe that I will eventually have the things I lost, but for now I’m taking this time to enjoy myself and complete myself. Adaptation takes time, yet I’m already thinking of all the possibilities—meeting new people, going to new places, tackling new projects.
It reminded me that even with a broken heart, I am still standing. Sometimes being in a relationship can make you lazy about developing yourself.[It’s like] the scene from Revenge of the Nerds, when Robert Carradine finally woos his beautiful blonde Betty in the moon bounce.He never would have had a chance with her otherwise.“Uncertainty is the only certainty there is, and knowing how to live with insecurity is the only security.” ~John Allen Paulos Over the past ten years, I always had a man by my side. I was in a relationship for eight years before my ex and I got engaged, then broke it off —my ex’s reason. Surely I wasn’t the only thirty-one-year-old person who felt uncertain about her new singleness.
Not long after that I got into a two-year relationship with a man who loved, yet cheated on me. So after ten years in relationships, I found myself alone. Recently some questions have bounced around in mind: What happened to me during those years? I needed to find proven ways to be happy as a single adult woman.We started chatting but never had a proper conversation, both logged in at different times.