Find Someone Who Speaks Your Language

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People often act like the single life is something you need to get away from as quickly as you can, and when you do find a partner, the virtues of the single life are to be discarded.

But life can teach us many different lessons, whether or not we’re single or in a relationship. These are some lessons I learned during my year of intense, happy singleness.

1. It’s okay to spend some time alone.

I’ve seen it before. Heck, I’ve done it before. You get into a relationship and suddenly it’s you plus one all the freaking time.

Some people pull it off, and it’s fine, but you have to be careful you aren’t letting your new partner drive you nuts by always being around.

If you need to spend some time alone, it’s okay to spend some time alone. Your partner can understand that.

If you aren’t happy alone, learn how to attract the partner of your dreams, click here and watch this free video from relationship expert, Amy North.