Single and Ready to Mingle? 7 Signs You’re Ready For Love Again
Single boys and men, listen up: are you ready and open for love again? If you’re getting back on the dating scene, you may be asking yourself if you’re truly ready for love, should it strike — or are you just distracting yourself?
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Women are often much more emotionally intelligent than their male counterparts. Perhaps you’ve started seeing a few guys who have certainly made you laugh and whom you’ve had fun with…
But maybe something is holding you back. Check these 7 signs to figure out if you’re ready to love again.
1. Single girls: Quality Clarity
Are you completely clear on the kinds of qualities you want to see in your guy?
The truth is that most women don’t take the time to do their due dilligence…on their own needs and requirements! Instead, they have a vague and fuzzy idea of what they want — which just brings them partners that are not (quite) a match or, at worst, are completely wrong for them.
Before you start stalking him and his various social media accounts get a sense of who he be absolutely crystal clear on the qualities you’re looking for.
2. Single girls: Letting Go…Is Easy To Do
If you can stop yourself from looking at old messages, photos and remnants of your past relationships, you’re ready for love.
Even if you return to memories from the past in a fond manner, this can signal your wish to be back in that moment. Which implicitly tells you that that is something you think is missing from this moment.
Throw yourself all in to the story of your life and in the present moment. Be so busy living well that you don’t have the mind-space for these memories. That’s how you’ll know you’ve moved on.
3. Single girls: You Know The Story Of You
Understanding the “story of you”, for single girls, means that you have had the courage to take out your emotional baggage and go through it.
Rather than reliving memories over and over again, you’ve been able to see what in your life serves you and what you need to get rid of. You’ve taken the time to sort through where certain fears come from and where, perhaps, you need to improve.
On the other hand, you’ve also been able to acknowledge what makes you such a wonderful partner, worthy of love and where your good qualities and strengths lie.
And you can tell yourself a story with these elements — a story about who you are and how you show up in a relationship.
4. Single girls: You’ve Answered Those Burning Questions
There are things we can’t process alone, even if we have ample courage to face them.
There are things we go through in relationships, single girls, that don’t make sense and cannot be understood without support from others. This could be in the form of incorporating a daily meditation practice, starting to see a therapist once a week or engaging in some art therapy.
No matter your form of release, we all need a system external to us that we can rely on.
5. Single girls: Do Unto Others…
If you can see others in relationships move to the next level, find new loves, get married, make commitments or talk about their own dating adventures, without envy, you have moved on.
Your wounds are no longer raw and you don’t feel bitterness or resentment at someone “having” what you think you want but don’t have.
Instead, you feel hopeful and happy for them.
6. Single girl: You Can See What’s Working
When looking at other couples, whether they’re still in the dating phase or they’ve been together for ages, you can see what works and what doesn’t.
Of course, it’s always easier for third parties to judge from the outside. That’s not what this is about.
Being able to see what’s working means that, when you look at other couples, you can see where the healthy boundaries lie and how they interact together that actually helps them sustain their love.
You can see what unhealthy attachment looks like, versus healthy love. This is especially important if you haven’t had good role models for relationships growing up.
7. Single girls: You Have Gained Perspective
And finally, once you’ve gone through all checkpoints, the last one is a culmination of them all: by being with yourself, by processing and by reaching out and taking support from friends, you have gained perspective on where it all went “wrong”.
You’re not willing to point a finger of blame at any one person: you understand that two people came together in love…and it didn’t work out and that’s okay.
You’ve been a single girl for a while now and you’re ready to re-enter the arena and, with lots of hope and some luck, try again for love.