Finding your one–and–only
The most common way of existing in the society we live in is having a partner, or at least that is what we have been led to believe.
Surely you will remember more than one family member asking when are you going to introduce them to your boyfriend or girlfriend. It is something that people expect from you. We can feel forced by peer pressure to seek out a partner in life , making us feel down for not having one.
This idea has been introduced through films and stories, through the media, literature and our education, where a whole bunch of ideas are spread and believed. The idea of that perfect ‘partner in crime’, the importance of romance and love, the existence of princes and princesses and the significant fact that it is necessary to suffer for love.
As a result there is a myth that takes shape in our minds: “You need a partner to be happy.”
But this is a very personal election, since many people have other priorities in life than having a partner, which is very respectable. For these people, having a partner can even clash with the lifestyle they want to live, so they decide not to have it.
Having a partner is a choice. It is not something required or compulsory to fulfil your life. Actually, the only person you need to have a fulfilling life is yourself.
You can live perfectly without a partner. Your value as human being does not depend on having a one. It is just other part of the equation of life.
So there is nothing wrong with having a parter (or more), the advice would be;
“Be free enough to think outside the box, explore and don’t feel guilty if something different appeals to you because you have the right to be free”
To find like minded individuals or try something new visit V Exuberant Experiences now and begin your journey through the world of #NewWaveDating