Why taking a break from dating is so beneficial

Why Taking a Break From Dating is So Beneficial

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Welcome to Dear Sybersue! Today, I am discussing the topic: Why Taking a Break From Dating is Beneficial.

Dating today can be extremely stressful and downright exhausting! It can feel like you are constantly interviewing for that job that never really pans out! It can make you anxious and take a big toll on your confidence and self-esteem. If this is starting to affect your self-worth, it is time to step back and take a break from dating to figure out who you are, and what it is that you’re really looking for.

Things can become pretty muddled in your mindset when you are constantly having to go back to the drawing board over and over again. It can be very heartbreaking when things never seem to work out in the dating arena. You start to question so many things about yourself and the people you are allowing into your dating life.

If you have become stuck in an unhealthy pattern, this needs to be altered so that you can find a potential partner that you deserve to have in your life. You are in charge of who you attract toward you, and you may not understand that you are continuing to manifest similar situations that aren’t working out. It may be time for you to step back and take time away from this repetitive disconnect that is affecting your love life.

How do you know when it is time for you to take a break from any dating scenarios, so you can regroup and figure out how to approach things differently?

  • If you are feeling jaded or angry about meeting people because they all end up being the same disappointment.
  • Have you become judgmental, and you are starting to lump everyone into a similar category?
  • Do you find yourself swiping by everyone on a dating app because you can’t be bothered to put the time and energy into reading their profiles, and very few people catch your eye anymore?
  • You are consistently dating a similar type of person that doesn’t ever work out.
  • Do you compare everyone to your Ex?
  • You have become very picky and find fault with your dates very quickly.
  • Are you frustrated that you seldom get past the first date with anyone?
  • Do you tend to put the blame on the other person when things don’t work out the way you would like on a date?

Many men and women are not aware that they are actually sabotaging their own happiness by repeating certain actions that prevent any date from becoming a potential partnership.

Some people do not feel worthy of having love in their lives due to past heartbreak, or some early childhood scars. This is often overlooked when someone is trying to understand why they aren’t meeting a reciprocated love connection. It is so important to appreciate, respect, and love yourself first. You also have to be emotionally available to be able to give and receive unconditional love from someone else.

If you have been dating for a long time without taking any time out in between, your judgment may have become cloudy due to all the different scenarios you have tried out over the months and years. This can start to confuse you and make you question your own part in what isn’t transpiring within your dating life.

When you take ownership of your actions in anything that isn’t working out for you, is when you will begin to take on a different role moving forward. After all, you are the common denominator in the choices you make, so you play just as big a part as the people you are allowing in on your dating path.

We all need realigning from time to time.

It is always a good thing to step outside and look back in when your life is in a negative repetition mode. Be honest with yourself and who you have become in your single life. It’s not always everyone else’s fault when things don’t pan out on a date or in a new relationship. Taking accountability for your own actions is the key to moving forward in a healthier direction.

Taking time away from dating gives you more clarity on what is really important to you and teaches you to grow independently without relying on a partner to make you feel whole. It allows you time to really get to know yourself and learn how to be comfortable in your own skin. This also helps you to see some of the unhealthy patterns you may have been repeating.

We don’t often see that we continue to repeat certain dating scenarios because we think that is what we want. More often than not, it is because that has become the only pattern that we know.

When you are not pressured to be in a relationship, you have the freedom to make changes in your life that are solely yours to make.

Taking time away from the pressures of dating helps you to evolve into the person you are meant to be as you stand alone. You are not influenced by anyone else’s opinions, and you naturally give yourself permission to gain confidence and self-worth during this time of self-awareness.

When you continue this practice for a decent amount of time, you will start to feel lighter and more optimistic in general. You will wake up excited each day due to the unlimited options you have at your fingertips. It allows you to explore new goals and accomplish things you may not have ever thought of doing in the past. Your mind is clear, and your heart has time to heal from the repetitive sadness that took control for so long.

This is when you are ready to be in a reciprocated romantic relationship and begin a very special journey with your life partner. I promise you, it is definitely worth the effort invested in getting to know who you really are as your authentic self. You will be pleasantly surprised by how drama free and smooth your life begins to flow when you alter this past behavior that has kept you stuck for so long.

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