Disadvantages Of Being Single

Disadvantages Of Being Single  Changing your relationship status to single may seem fun to some people especially to those whose relationship was a bad one. There are a lot of things about living a single life that makes it disadvantageous and Davas Book is here to point out some of these disadvantages.    The points below will elaborate more on the disadvantages a single person is unlikely to experience.    Loneliness    A newly single person may think he/she is okay until loneliness begins to show itself. The loneliness alone and in the quest to overcome that loneliness may make you do something or found yourself in an unwanted place. Special days like prom night or Valentine’s day may even ignite the sadness that accompanies loneliness. This is because you don’t have that special person in your life to celebrate such occasion with.    Your friends or relatives may be around to help counteract the weight of your solitude that is provoked by your single life but that company would not be the same or equivalent to the company you would have gotten from your partner.    The feeling of loneliness begins to set in when you are suffering from an illness and there is no one to treat you like how you use to be treated when you were in a relationship and when you are on vacation and you have no one to share your vacation experience with.    Financial    Being single means you will carry out all your financial obligations alone. Ranging from utility bills to health insurance cost unlike that of being in a relationship/marriage where spouse or couples share some of these financial duties among themselves.

Changing your relationship status to single may seem fun to some people especially to those whose relationship was a bad one. There are a lot of things about living a single life that makes it disadvantageous and Davas Book is here to point out some of these disadvantages.

The points below will elaborate more on the disadvantages a single person is unlikely to experience.

1. Loneliness

A newly single person may think he/she is okay until loneliness begins to show itself. The loneliness alone and in the quest to overcome that loneliness may make you do something or found yourself in an unwanted place. 

Special days like prom night or Valentine’s day may even ignite the sadness that accompanies loneliness. This is because you don’t have that special person in your life to celebrate such occasion with.

Your friends or relatives may be around to help counteract the weight of your solitude that is provoked by your single life but that company would not be the same or equivalent to the company you would have gotten from your partner.

The feeling of loneliness begins to set in when you are suffering from an illness and there is no one to treat you like how you use to be treated when you were in a relationship and when you are on vacation and you have no one to share your vacation experience with.

2. Financial

Being single means you will carry out all your financial obligations alone. Ranging from utility bills to health insurance cost unlike that of being in a relationship/marriage where spouse or couples share some of these financial duties among themselves.

3. Physical Needs

Living a single life becomes much disadvantageous when it comes to the demand for physical needs. These needs come in a form of sex, being touched, caressed and loved. People with higher physical needs tend to be miserable in their single life. 

Especially people with higher sex drive, in the quest to satisfy that, may get themselves in various unethical activities which can seriously ruin their life beyond repairs.

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4. Empty/Unproductive Time

One of the main advantages of being single is having extra available time to carry out other duties, but frankly speaking, most of this time is spent on unproductive things. 

For instance, people who ended their relationship heartbroken may resort to drinking to fill these gap. Others may want to fill those spots with partying or outing which may not be productive.

5. Habitual Issues

In a relationship, one may involuntarily develop some habits which may be quite difficult to stop after you become single. Habits like cuddling with your partner, goodnight chats, late-night conversations, wake-up messages and others. 

You tend to miss all these habits when you eventually become single and it is very difficult to come out of such habitual issues.

You can come up with a lot of points and ideas to prove why being single is advantageous, but as you know, every coin has two sides.


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