At 34 years old, I found myself jobless and living with my parents.
One glimpse of the work and the frustration we’ll go through to bring our idea into the world is enough to make us not want to do it.
This is ridiculous.
It’s an interesting way to look at our dreams.
Take a deep breath and analyze why you are tired of being single.
You should be giving yourself a chance to fall in love, not looking for every reason not to.
This summer, what if we all took a break? What if we gave ourselves a vacation from the incessant need to know what’s going on in the world around us and focus on the world within us?
We grow up with these very specific ideas of what it means to be happy, to be successful, to “have it all.” But as time goes on, those ideas often don’t work out or don’t deliver.
We may deny the uncomfortable emotions that arise in our life. We can push them back down and refuse the experience. But that doesn’t mean they go away.
So when we stop believing that people can change, we stop believing anything can change, ourselves included.