Being Single Is Not A Disease

Vix xxx

  1. Lizi

    December 15th, 2016 at 20:14

    Oh my God this post. I’m so over people who assume being single means you’re ‘looking’ and people who can’t survive life without their significant other. Other people should enhance your life, not be the soul purpose for your existence. Being single doesn’t mean you can’t lead a full filled life.

  2. Erin

    December 15th, 2016 at 20:58

    I so love this post, it is so me. I am hugging a laptop, sleep in the middle of the bed, big pants single, and I have ZERO intentions of changing it. I am really enjoying it, I don’t feel I have the time for the drama of a relationship at the moment, I have a son, a job, the blog and college – I have no interest in men, and I am so sick fed up of people being shocked when I am not oooogling every somewhat cute guy that walks past, I just don’t care, I don’t feel like I am missing anything, and I’m done with people acting so shocked! I feel your pain 🙂

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  3. Michelle

    December 16th, 2016 at 06:10

    I love this post because I can relate to it so much! I’ve never been in a relationship and I’m 23. I always get crap from a lot of people because I must be lonely and miserable without “someone special” but honestly I’m not interested at the moment. I do want to eventually settle down with someone but I’m in no need in a rush to find him. I want to do so much with my life before I can invest in another human being. ♥

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  4. The Sunday Mode

    December 16th, 2016 at 07:47

    Yep, this post was pretty much perfect. It’s drilled into us practical since birth that if we don’t find someone we’ve basically failed at life, but who the hell came up with that as the gold standard for women any way? If my life purpose is to meet a man, that’s just sad. Uh, can you tell I’m single? haha

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  5. Meg

    December 24th, 2016 at 17:26

    Yes to everything in this post. Sure, I wouldn’t mind being in a relationship but why do people think it’s the be all and end all? There’s so much more to enjoy in life!