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How to Get Out of Your Single Gal Funk

How to Get Out of Your Single Gal FunkWhen I am in a single gal funk, I get low and funky. It goes a little something like this.

“Woe is me! I am single!”

“Woe is me! Where is he?!”

“Woe is me! All my friends are in relationships and I’m hotter! When is it my turn?!” (I told you I got low and funky.)

This goes on until I’m just about sick of my whining. How do I pull out of my single gal funk? By remembering a few of these amazing things about my life and single status.

I can watch whatever I want on TV.  When I was with my ex, I missed watching The Bachelorette and Pretty Little Liars. He loves college sports and I don’t care for any sports. You can imagine the conflict. We practically dove for the remote control. Now, as a single gal, I watch marathons of Mistresses and even (gasp!) The Real Housewives of Orange County.

I have not settled. Not to say that those in relationships have settled, but I know women who marry because they loath being single. They could no longer stand being alone. The next man that came along who wanted to commit was “the one.” I choose to wait for the right one for me. No one is perfect, but I refuse to be with someone just to be with anyone.

I have lots of love in my life. My family and friends adore me. So what if a man isn’t head-over-heels in love with me? I have other loves in my life. When he comes along, he’ll add to the love that’s already present.

I have a great career. I love what I do. Not many people can say the same. I work hard and have lofty goals. No matter what my relationship status, no one can take away my level of success and fierce ambition.

I have faith in God. The man upstairs will provide me with a long-term romantic partner when the time is right. I just have to ask for my soul mate and wait with patience, faith and conviction. He will come, and when he does, my single gal funk will be but a distant memory. And so will MTV Catfish marathons.

How do you get out of your single woman funk? Any tips? Share your thoughts! 

Read more by Sujeiry Gonzalez and get relationship advice on LoveSujeiry.com. Be sure to follow her on FacebookTwitterInstagram and Pinterest.

Photo Credit: Flickr/BenKay.

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