truth about being alone.

Who said being alone was a bad thing?

Getting to know and understand yourself, figuring your purpose and finding out who you are can never be a bad thing. Women in particular are more shunned for not being in serious relationships by their peers, family members, even public figures, but is this really something that should continually be done? It actually seem to me that women suffer a whole lot more emotionally by the constant questioning about not being in a relationship. That ends now.

Everyone has a story. Everyone is different and move differently. There is nothing wrong with a person who wants to be alone for a bit. Taking time to get to understand things that you like and dislike is both normal and smart. Rushing into something just so that others can congratulate you or because you like the appearance it gives off is foolish because the only person being played is you. “You’re playing yourself,” (in case you did not realize).

It’s time to redefine being alone. Actually we are never completely alone. There are always people that we hold close to our hearts that care for us and vice versa. 

Being alone is independent, strong, and honestly it’s a boss move. What you are letting people know is that you do not need anyone to lean on wholly because you are sufficient enough to provide for yourself. Not shunning being in a relationship at all, but this goes out to the people that are single and are often being told about it. Let them live. They are just fine. Some of the strongest people I know are single and getting it (past & present)! So next time you try to judge a person who is alone or single, remember that being alone does not equate to a weak person.

Being alone is a form of strength, backbone, power, stability, substance, toughness, vigor and much more! #RedefineAlone

Don’t let anyone tell you different!


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