Heart Check- Why Do You Want Love?

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  1. This was such a good read! I’ve been single for two years and I find myself getting that itch but I make sure I check in with myself to make sure my intentions are in the right place. I’m only 25 so I know I have more than enough time to find the person for me.

  2. Crystal Santoría says:

    I loved this post. None of these matched me but I do want marriage/kids (exactly in that order). I just don’t want this dating scene… Throw the whole pile away… God give me a fresh.. Lol… I’ve just been hiding.

  3. Such a good read. During my time alone I focused on self love. Once I started focusing, I’m sure the right one will come around. Thanks for sharing these tips!

  4. Kris B says:

    As a married woman I think you have sound advice to my single counterparts. I was not rushing to be married but I did not know how to be alone. I will teach my daughters once they start dating to learn to enjoy being themselves and know thy selves. Will definitely pass on to my single friends.

  5. Jasmine says:

    Wow! Great read! We have all been there, desperately seeking comfort in our single season.

  6. Tisha says:

    You raised so many valid points here! The two that stood out the most to me was loneliness and timing! As a university student, I’ve noticed a lot of my friends, male and female are bored and stressed out with assignments, looking for jobs etc and somewhere along the lines they have translated this boredom and loneliness into thinking they need a significant other. To top it all off, as graduation grows closer, they have family pressure put on them to find this so-called significant other because the ‘time is right’. It’s so crazy but unfortunately so common! This was a great read- thanks for sharing!

  7. These were extremely good points, for a while I’ve struggled with my solitude but now that I’ve accepted I’ve learned sooo much about myself. It teaches you a lot of value and raises your bar high. Very good post ❤️

    Aïchatou Bella


  8. So very true, and beautiful.

  9. Galen says:

    This was awesome! And so true in many ways, it’s hard not to want a relationship during this season. Especially when your getting older and now when you walk in the room the question is do you have a boyfriend. Ughhh

  10. Sigh…it’s like you were reading my mind! I just turned 29 and lawd half of this list is applicable. Single mom whose tired, too old for new relationships, don’t know how to be alone and lord knows what else. This post was not only relateable but easy to read.