So you don’t have any girlfriend/boyfriend? You are still single in 2020? so sad about you, but why you are still single? why you don’t get any Partner? There are times in everyone’s life when being single feels nice but being in a relationship is the supreme joy of life.
Chances are that if you’re reading this, you’re either fed up with dating or desperately single. Or both. I don’t judge.
So,guys Today we’re going to discuss 10 major reasons about why are you still single?
1. Being Shy
Almost every girls/boys which are single are belong from the category which ain’t talk with girls/boys. Being shy will tend to reduce the number of opportunities you get to meet other and get close to others, but it certainly doesn’t mean that you’re doomed! There are enormous numbers of shy people, and overweight people, who have found love. Shutting people out certainly makes it harder, but you can work on that and I’m guessing you can get past it.
When you are in a new relationship, it can be hard to overcome shyness. Don’t despair! It will fade away over time, as you grow together and become more and more comfortable with your partner. However, the beginning of a relationship can be very stressful
Overcoming shyness and social anxiety takes understanding, concious effort and correct practice.
2. Communication Skills
We are constantly communicating with each other, whether we believe we are or not. Literal words aside, we unconsciously communicate through nonverbals like facial expressions and body language, we communicate through the tone of our voice, and we communicate through our behavior.
Couples that don’t learn to consciously communicate will face issues when it comes to intimacy, conflict, and relational growth. Understanding your partner’s inner world and having them understand yours is pivotal to true connection. If you struggle to communicate in a way that evolves your relationship, then over time you will find that you grow apart.
Couples that don’t learn to consciously communicate will face issues when it comes to intimacy, conflict, and relational growth.
3. Social Networking
“Try to meet not to Text“
No, your social media life does not count. If your routine is bahay-trabaho/school and your Friday nights are spent checking your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts, you might want to rethink your life. When you refuse to go out and meet real people, you’re missing on the chance to meet somebody wonderful.
So next time, let your hair down, go out with friends, meet new people and have fun. Life, as you know well, is short
4. Being Creepy
You might not notice right away if your partner is being creepy, usually because creepiness can so easily be masked by kindness, or bathed in good intentions. But the moment they cross a boundary, give off “weird” vibes, or make you feel uncomfortable, that’s when you should bring it to your partner’s attention.
They may, for example, being going overboard when it comes to sharing your relationship on social media. Or maybe they constantly take your photo without asking, or call your parents without telling you. “Your partner may not realize they are being ‘creepy’ because we all have different ways of showing that we care.
5. You’re Still Hung Up On Someone
This is pretty self-explanatory. You’re not over someone—whether it’s your friend, your ex, or the cute guy who works at the taco stand. That isn’t to say that you can’t love multiple people at once—but if you’re not over a previous relationship or the potential of what could be: you’re not fit to be in a relationship with someone else.
6. You’re Looking For #TheOne
I’m not saying that you have to settle for less than you deserve, but if you’re constantly looking for The Love Of Your Life , you’ll miss out on experiencing life. The One might exist—and if that’s the case, take the path you’re on until you finally get there. Live your life to the fullest, and don’t hold out if you find someone you want to experience life with.
Not all relationships are meant to last, so take them as they go. Stop putting added pressure onto your prospects to be anything more than they are.
7. You’re not available
When it comes to real life, dating takes time and energy. A relationship could be a massive investment of time, energy, and feelings. Give folks and yourself time. Make sure you are available whenever it is required in a relationship.
8. You’re relying on your luck
However, it is believed that someone at somewhere exits only for you. It is also true, love can happen once it happens. But if you’re sure, that person will suddenly someday come from somewhere and will hug you, you are wrong. You need to work hard to start and maintain a relationship. You need to broaden your horizons.
9. You Feel Like All The “Good Ones” Are Taken
It may seem like all your friends have found such great partners that there must be no one else left who’s worthwhile. Or maybe every person you meet that you’re attracted to is inconveniently already coupled. According to me, this feeling comes from two places. First, you may subconsciously feel like the people you meet who are actually single aren’t good enough for you. Or you might be lacking in self-confidence and feel afraid of making mistakes, which leads you to reject anyone who comes your way. “Either is an error in approach,” he says, and can be fixed with keeping an open mind about the single people you meet.
One with passion is better than other Ten with interest.
In today’s world its almost lost from 15 to 25 year boys/girls. But actually passion is world’s most attractive thing for anyone. so a guy should be passionate about something.
because nowadays youngsters are playing PUBG, using TikTok, or Netflix. so they are not at all passionate about single thing in their life. it’s not good for them. you should have passion in your life it does not matter in which field life Fitness, Music, carrer, photography or anything.
A passionate guy is like Gravity. from passion Not only your partner attract to you but everyone attracts. I am saying that from my experience.
Single-and-ready-to-mingle but feeling nervous? Don’t be. You’ve got this. Remember: be onfident!