Everywhere you are getting reminded that it’s time to remember your sweetheart on this special day for lovers. Your feelings range from sadness, to revulsion to anger. What’s a single person to do? The following tips will help you have a good day after all, while working to make it your last solo one.
Celebrate the day the way you want Give yourself special treat. Go for movies with a fun friend, or go out to dinner and a movie with a group of other singles. Do everything you enjoy and make a conscious decision about how to mark the day. Un-Valentines Day parties are very popular and can be a lot of silly fun. You can attend one or throw one of your own.
Try new ideas are motivated, takes risks, try new ideas and gain the knowledge that will enable you to find and create a lasting, intimate relationship. Make a list of resources that can be used to help you meet available singles. These can include: on-line dating sites, singles groups, volunteer activities, or participation in sports or other activities that you enjoy.
Make new resolutions Think about what is really important to you. Take care of yourself and live well, it will optimize your chances for relationship success. Start today Remind yourself that implementing and sticking to these will help ensure that you are really ready for that special relationship.
Avoid negative thinking. Don’t let negative thought comes into your mind. Thinking this way is not good for you. Make a decision to drop the thought and try to think of something (anything) that is positive. It can be as simple as focusing on what a beautiful day it is outside, to feeling grateful that you survived the current wave of lay-offs in your company. You have been unhappy for a long time, but could not motivate yourself to do anything about it. Now, you have the motivation to look for a new job, or perhaps change careers. Think of all the possibilities that could open up for you.
Enjoy Valentine’s Day by doing something fun. Then focus on your relationship plan and empower yourself to build the healthy, lasting relationship of your dreams.
Author: Paul SmithThis author has published 46 articles so far.