Just because you're single doesn't mean you have to spend another silent night all alone.
If you've been single for a while, you have likely spent many "silent nights" alone in your bed. I'm not talking about the Christmas carol, I'm talking about living single, which can be wonderful, unless you are really wishing for something more.
It's certainly not all bad sleeping alone; no struggling with the covers, no snoring (at least not by anyone but you). Going to sleep any time you want and watching TV 'til the wee hours if you feel like it — there are benefits of being on your own, for sure.
But let's be honest. Do you find yourself wishing for more? Like gazing into the eyes of a handsome man, cuddling next to him for warmth and affection or maybe breathing in his scent and feeling the stubble on his chin. Enjoying the intimacy that is such an exciting part of a romantic relationship. Can you relate?
This is what my dating coaching clients tell me they miss the most. The closeness, affection, kisses and having someone to share everyday life with. So, what are you going to do about it? The holiday season is a great time to meet new people. Will you make finding love a priority?
Good men are out there, but you have to be visible and mingle to meet them. Rarely does it just happen on its own. As your dating coach, let me ask you this: What's it going to be? Will you have endless, silent nights before you? Or will you make an effort to change your dating habits to finally find the one for you? Continue reading ...
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This article was originally published at It's Never Too Late for Love . Reprinted with permission from the author.