Relationship Advice for Singles
Whether you’re single or attached, there’s no reason why you cannot be happy regardless of your status. So we have compiled twenty easy and great tips to help you find happiness and contentment in your daily life!
When your ship comes in…. make sure you are willing to unload it.
When you want something in life, you got to work for it. Whether it is a career, an awesome physique or a skill, nothing good comes easy. And when it is something as important as finding someone to spend the rest of your life with, are you gonna sit back and leave it to ‘fate’ or ‘destiny’? NO!
If the love of your life is on Klick, be sure to do your darnest to catch their attention by posting updates or sending a chat. If you are not willing to put in the effort to find the person of your dreams, then you have to be prepared to take someone who comes along. And you know you won’t be happy doing that, so go the extra mile and work for it!
Life is a journey…not a destination. Enjoy the trip!
Appreciate everything that you have and enjoy every day. Don’t rush life… live it! There is no need to rush into a relationship. Make friends, widen your social circle and get to know more people to increase your option. Post your moments on Klick and connect with like-minded people, and generally just have a good time with the journey. You will know when the right one comes along, so don’t rush to the destination.
The biggest lie on the planet: “When I am attached, I will be happy.”
If you cannot be happy single, it is unlikely you’ll be happy in a relationship. Happiness is an attitude that stems from within you; don’t expect your partner to provide it! Instead, learn to be truly happy and how to provide happiness to others. Because in a relationship, there will be times when you will have to be the pillar of strength to your partner.
If you don’t start, it’s certain you won’t arrive.
‘The journey of a thousand mile starts with a single step.’ Anything worth doing is not easy, but the most difficult step is the first. Most of us have so much inertia against getting started, and we give ourselves so much excuses. If we give ourselves the opportunity to get going, we start to see that the journey is possible. Start small, but get started. If running every morning seems daunting, start by waking up and getting out of the house early. Then start walking. Take small steps, and celebrate small victories. Most importantly, take action!
Look for possibilities…not guarantees.
Singles often ask themselves of potential relationships, “how do I know it’d work out?” If you ask couples, they’d tell you that is something for both parties to work out! Relationships are not like chemistry, where you know for sure if two elements are compatible. The real chemistry depends on both parties to put hard work into the relationship.
There are no guarantees in love, only possibilities of compatibility. In Klick, you can check out the user’s posts to understand their personalities and interests. If you’re a outgoing person, you’d want to look out for posts from users who enjoy outdoor activities. If you’re a fitness buff, check out the posts from users who’re into gym, sports and fitness. Common interests is no guarantee of compatibility, but it is just a starting point, or even an easy way to start a conversation!
Life is what’s coming….not what was.
If you experienced a bad relationship, are you going to swear off all relationships from now? A bad (or even abusive) relationship can be very traumatic for a person, and we totally get that. But letting that horrid experience destroy your confidence in humanity (and your life) is so not worth it. Instead, pick yourself up from the experience and learn from that, and move on to better relationships.
If you let your negativity get to you, you are forgoing all the potential relationships that come into your life at a later stage, on the pretext of protecting yourself by rejecting everyone. Don’t let your bad choices ruin your entire life, and never close yourself off from everyone else. You deserve better and you owe yourself to give others a chance!
Success is getting up one more time.
Academics have studied the habits of successful people, and one of the most revealing facts is that grit and determination is a more important determinant of success than intelligence or wealth. If you want to succeed, you need to be able to suffer rejections and keep moving on. Rejection in relationships is not always about you – it can be that the other party see
Incompatibility in personality. So keep going and never quit – keep sending those chat requests and keep posting updates… you never know when someone will come into your life!