There is more to me than my relationship status.
I accept myself as I am. I enjoy my life as it is now instead of waiting for a romantic connection. I forget about arbitrary timelines and appreciate each day. I congratulate myself for being strong and self-reliant.
I create a safe and comfortable home. I decorate my living space with beautiful colors and objects. I master simpler repair jobs. My home is my sanctuary. It reflects my personality and style.
I set challenging goals. I know what I want out of life, and I take concrete actions to make it happen. I pursue my own definition of success.
I do things I enjoy. I work on my hobbies. I make art and play sports.
I build a network of support. I spend time with family and friends. I allow myself to be vulnerable. I share my thoughts and feelings. I listen to others. I give generously and ask for help when I need it.
I nurture myself. I shop for nutritious whole foods and cook delicious meals. I exercise regularly. I use my inner dialogue to reassure and encourage myself.
I learn and grow. I read books and study subjects that interest me. I travel and talk with others about their experiences. I evaluate my job performance and ask for feedback. I continue adding to my knowledge and skills.
Today, I celebrate being single. My life is happy and satisfying. I feel joyful and motivated.
1. What do I like about being single?
2. What is the difference between being alone and being lonely?
3. How does being single affect my self-image?