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Embracing the Single Life: 5 Tips on How to Be Alone and Happy

Bask in the glory of being single! Get to know yourself better and have the total freedom to do anything you want. Here’s how to live fully, love openly, and make a difference being single. Whether you just got out of a relationship or you’re single by choice, there are a lot of reasons why  being single is an awesome idea. Imagine that you see a happy couple walking together down the street … while you walk alone. How do you feel? If you feel envious, then it’s time to start changing how you view things. Changing your perspective can make the difference between being completely happy with what you’ve got (yourself) and living a miserable life. Jealousy, although a common human emotion, is negative … and nobody wants to be around negative people – not even your friends! So then the first step to being happy alone is to think positive thoughts so you can attract positivity into your life. Think  “Law of Attraction: Like Attracts Like.”  Now, this may or may not have anything 

12 Signs He Is The One For You

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When Fighting in a Relationship Becomes Toxic

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8 Ways to Resolve Relationship Conflicts

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How to Build a Healthy, Mature Relationship

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