Finding The ‘right One’ Late Is Better Than Finding The ‘wrong One’ Now
Who says that love has to have timing?
Is there a rule I don’t know about that says you have to fall in love while you’re still young?
C’mon…are you seriously buying this paradigm the society is forcing you to believe?
Are you under so much peer pressure that you HAVE to fall in love just because everyone else around you did?
Ugh, I have so many questions to ask you.
Actually, I have so many questions I want you to ask yourself.
Is it really like that?
If it is, please be my guest.
Knock yourself out in living a scenario in which you are living with a wrong one because you had neither the strength nor the will to wait for the right one.
There is nothing wrong with waiting for the right man to come along.
If only, that just proves you love yourself enough that you’ll protect yourself from heartbreak and disappointment.
You want to save yourself the tears and the pain which are definitely to follow.
You don’t have to fall in love and commit right away.
That love is ruined from the start because it’s not honest.
It’s not spontaneous. It’s not meant to be.
I’ve met people who’ve been forcing themselves to find love just because they dated someone toxic in the past.
They’ve tried so hard to fall in love to forget everything bad that happened to them.
But, you know what? They weren’t ready.
They were still hurting, and they never healed.
If you’re one of these people, do the right thing.
Don’t feel bad about staying single.
Don’t be sorry for collecting what’s left of yourself after a bad breakup.
Most importantly, allow yourself to heal first.
Think about it! You dodged a bullet really.
You’ve spared yourself the biggest mistake you could ever make in life.
The one that follows you to the end and directs the course your life is taking.
Don’t be ashamed that you’re single.
Be proud you haven’t made a horrible mistake.
So what if others are getting married, having babies?
That doesn’t mean you have to as well.
Your time hasn’t come yet. It will come eventually.
Not all of us are blessed with falling in love right away.
Just think carefully about what I’m going to say to you.
I think it’s way better to be the last one without a baby and marriage among your friends than ending up in a loveless marriage for the rest of your life.
I’d rather always choose a bit of sadness at the beginning than a whole life of anger and bitterness just because I was unable to wait for “the right one”.
Your soulmate isn’t going to vanish.
If you were meant to be, you’re going to find your way to one another.
So, there is no need to hurry.
There is no need to risk your future happiness by making reckless, desperate moves.
Don’t let anyone’s life happenings mess with your decisions.
Don’t let society force you into a relationship that you’re going to regret.
Love should not work that way. Love should not be born just because everyone around you is in love.
It has to come naturally.
It has to be that moment you will remember for the rest of your life—that moment when your heart almost stopped and you forgot to breathe.
The moment when you laid your eyes on your soulmate.
Do you really want to give up that feeling just to be like everyone else?
Or do you want true love, love that feels like home?
Imagine having this for the rest of your life.
Imagine waking up every morning next to the person you want to spend every day with, the person you can’t imagine your future without.
Stay single until you find someone exactly like this.
Don’t settle for less than you deserve. Instead, wait for the right person.
He exists; he’s there. Just be patient and wait.