Miami Matchmakers Talk About Being Single Parent And Trying To Find Love Single parenting is now becoming in America. In fact, as of 2018 11.3 million households were headed by a single parent. While there’s definitely no shortage of singles in South Florida, single parents struggle to find new love regardless. Let’s explore the underlying…
If your single, the holidays can be the roughest. Thanksgiving, Christmas or Hanukkah and then after all that comes Valentine’s Day. Being single at the holiday time can be stressful and attending one party after another alone isn’t that fun. You start thinking too much on what you’re missing out by not being couple.
I feel I need to say that getting out and making new friends is an important part of finding love again. Travel, go to movies, go skiing or learn to. Take golf or tennis lessons and simply learn new things. Join a hiking club. If sports aren’t your thing take a cooking class or join a book club. Do whatever you have to get out of your rut and have fun.
Skip the singles Valentine’s parties and focus on things that make you grow. Be active and you’ll be happy. A happy person is much more attractive to the opposite sex. You need to be happy to attract the right kind of person in your life.
When you meet a nice man that’s interested in you don’t dismiss him as not being your type. If your type was right for you, you wouldn’t be alone. Give a nice guy a chance.