Why Only the Happily Single Find True Love

Why Only the Happily Single Find True Love

One of the key requirements for having a good chance of finding the right partner is not to mind too much being single. If you like our films, take a look at our shop (we ship worldwide): https://goo.gl/rgpEkK
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“One of the most important principles for choosing a lover sensibly is not to feel in any hurry to make a choice. Being satisfied with being single is a precondition of satisfactory coupledom. We cannot choose wisely when remaining single feels unbearable. We have to be utterly at peace with the prospect of many years of solitude in order to have any chance of forming a good relationship. Or we’ll love no longer being single rather more than we love the partner who spared us being so…”
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20 Responses

  1. Ignacio Rodríguez says:


  2. Samuel Oresna says:

    I’m early for no reason.

  3. Jalia MK says:

    Ready for many years of solitude. Anybody want to volunteer to join me?

  4. D Man-G says:

    I will keep telling myself this. Thanks.

  5. Guy T says:

    Been Lonely for a long time.
    Needed to hear this.
    Love this Channel.
    Have a wonderful day!

  6. Sunil Prajapati says:

    That’s right kids, don’t bitch about your singlehood all over social media. Be happy with your current self, and love spend the time doing stuffs you only get to do when you are single.

  7. Matthew Hardman says:

    That bird humping animation though

  8. pridden76 says:

    I love this! I’m enjoying my years of solitude ❤

  9. leonidas r says:

    so is there a point where many years of solitude become too many years of solitude ?

  10. Dige Eric says:

    Get more cats, gotcha.

  11. Melpomene says:

    Being alone without feeling lonely can be challenging especially when you’re such an over-analyzing and anxious person as myself. Being alone all day without any kind of human contact can be challenging.
    This is a great video <3

  12. Raskolnikov says:

    The problem with this reasoning is that some, if not most people who stay single for most of their lives grow to be incapable of coupled living. They get overtly agitated when they have to make concessions or have disagreements. The reality is that no two people are exactly alike and the differences get pronounced in the head of the person who’s been single for too long. It is not in favor of either society or the individual to be left undisturbed in their singlehood, as it is in nobody’s favor if someone who has chosen to not be in employment, education or training is left alone. Some, if not most people need a (sometimes violent) nudge to make decisions that are at first difficult, but pay off in the end.

  13. Areté says:

    If you don’t like being alone you’re just in bad company

  14. TheLastCrucible says:

    I’m an introvert. Unless she’s exquisitely tailored to my nature, being alone is optimal.

  15. Jean-Ralphio Harrington says:

    what if you live with your parents and they won’t let you get 500 cats

  16. James Pratze says:

    Is that the bird from Don’t Hug Me I’m scared?

  17. Mark E says:

    Being comfortable with yourself (alone) is a challenge for most individuals in today’s time because of societies view they impose upon it. Social media is a prime example. Couples posting pictures all the time of them happy and enjoying life; but in reality, is only a facade. REAL and LEGITIMATE happy couples don’t have to show off online, because they are enjoying each other. So, don’t be so pressured into finding your true love. The key is to become happy and work solely with YOURSELF first. Once you have that accomplished, the right person will come into your life. The universe really does work in mysterious ways.

  18. Susan B says:

    i’ve been alone for 13 years now. so long, i don’t even know how to talk to anyone anymore so i doubt i will ever be involved with anyone again in my life. i don’t like being single but i’ve accepted it. i was determined no step-dad for my girls after my husband died and now that they are all grown and gone, i’m still here alone. i’m thinking of going back to farming for something to do, a homestead full of animals to assuage the loneliness.

  19. Friendly Metroid says:

    Most of the time I’m happy to be alone. It’s only when I am reminded by society at large that being alone is unbearable that I ever feel lonely.

  20. Andrei Nevar says:

    “Let me tell you this: if you meet a loner, no matter what they tell you, it’s not because they enjoy solitude. It’s because they have tried to blend into the world before, and people continue to disappoint them.”
    ― Jodi Picoult, My Sister’s Keeper

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