So much has been written about how to make the best out of Valentine’s Day when you’re not in a relationship. That kind of advice can be very helpful. Valentine’s Day can be hard enough even when you’re not wallowing with sadness, chocolate, and self-criticism. Getting through the initial gloom and loneliness of February 14th can be a huge relief for singletons. But then what? What happens when Valentine’s Day is over?
Do you just make it through that stressful day, and then go back to business as usual? If you can’t take action to change your situation, then pretty soon, Valentine’s Day 2020 will be here. You run the risk of being in the same position a year from now. You deserve better than that.
Or, do you realize you want more for your love life, and take steps to improve and change your situation? Maybe you’re unsure if you even have the power to change your love life for the better.
It’s not helpful to be overly critical of yourself, especially on such an emotionally charged day like Valentine’s Day. But, it’s okay to acknowledge when you need a little help and reach out for it. Repeating old patterns or not getting what you want from men is discouraging. Repeated disappointment in dating also doesn’t help your motivation, morale, or confidence to go out, meet, and date new people.
So, how do you know after Valentine’s Day that you need and want more for your love life? The questions below can help you narrow down your focus and figure out what needs to be changed so you can reach your relationships goals. Be honest with yourself when asking these questions:
- Have you spent more than one Valentine’s Day alone, when what you really wanted was to spend it with a supportive, caring partner?
- Do you ever feel like your romantic life is stuck in quicksand, with no forward momentum?
- Do you wonder if you’ll ever find true love?
- Are you tired of being alone?
- Do you have no idea why you can’t meet anyone?
- Or do you have some inkling of why you can’t meet anyone, but you’re afraid to think about it too deeply?
- Do you sabotage your chances at finding Mr. Right?
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