After a painful breakup, most people are struggling to never fall in love again or to get into a new relationship. However, for some of these breaks take a long time, which is why slowly losing the need for a partner. In such situations, a conversation with a friend can help. Although it is always better to talk to yourself first, say psychologists.
When you don’t have a partner for a long time, you lose the feeling of being in a relationship. Sometimes you may be confused because you do not even feel the need to be with someone. Here are some indicators that you’ve been alone for too long and that this needs to change.
Lowering the criteria.
You begin to lower the criteria and compromise when choosing a partner, it’s a sure sign that you’ve been alone for too long. However, although you have been alone for a long time, you should not accept anyone.
You are negative about relationships.
You keep thinking and saying that the relationships are not for you. The fact that you did not find the right person does not mean that you need to look at the connections negatively and think that you simply are not in a relationship.
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You are thinking of a previous relationship.
You are interested in the emotional status of your ex-boyfriends/girlfriends. Spying on them and maybe you would like to be with some of them. This is because you are single way too long.
Lack of self-confidence.
You begin to lose self-confidence and you do not feel good. Because you have not had a partner for a long time, you begin to wonder if everything is fine with you and your appearance.
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You push people away from you.
You’ve probably set up a wall around you that you do not allow anybody to approach you. You may have had some bad experiences in love in the past, but do not let it affect your life and future relationships.
Even your distant relatives gave up questions: “Do you have a boyfriend/girlfriend?”.
It will be worthy of their facial expressions after finding a boyfriend/girlfriend. Especially if you like to shock them.
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Sundays no longer exist for you.
They are made for couples – watching movies and pampering, long walks and silly selfies. Even the TV shows after a certain time become annoying.
You are crying because of the idea of sharing a bed with someone.
It is enough that the biological ticking clock is already driving you mad. Breathing of another person in the room? No thanks.
You started to hang out with practitioners at work.
They are younger and that means that there is a greater chance that they are solo. And that means that there is a greater chance that you will spend the night in the club on Friday and you will not be the only one you’re not in a relationship.
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You rely on your own compliments.
You rely on your own compliments to raise your confidence, even though you have begun to doubt about them by yourself.
Even Facebook knows you’re solo.
Advertisements for solo girls/boys appear to you, as by chance.
You’re thinking about re-dating with your ex.
You physically get sick if you even think about it, but you may still try.
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Showing feelings publicly is something you avoid like a plague.
The other couples, yuck!
You’ve become a terrible cynic.
So much that you are interrupting (in your head) each sentence of your friend about her/his new boyfriend/girlfriend with: “It will not work. I give them two weeks. “It’s hard to exasperate and rejoice in someone else’s happiness, right?
Your friends have stopped giving you +1 on invitation long ago.
They realized there was no point in keeping a chair for a person who would obviously never appear.
We’re not here to put salt on your wound, but maybe it’s time to re-enter the dating game!