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But if I'm going to survive this I better slap on a nice outfit and vaseline my teeth to appear approachable and *ugh* dateable. In your late 20s, you've been to what feels like a zillion baby showers and you can't make any summer plans because you're in like 5 weddings. And you get to do it at a time in your life when you're the most self-aware you've ever been! That said, instead of dwelling on what I don't have I'm choosing to start focussing on what I do. Pump your soul with self-love, friendships, experiences, new challenges, and fears.
Being single in your late 20s consists of every family gathering zeroing in on why you're not dating anyone or "what happened to the nice boy you were with a few months ago? By the way, you shouldn't be allowed to be in weddings if you're single. I didn't feel like we were rushing anything but I had no reason to be doubtful or to believe that I'd ever have to consider the outcome that I'm forced to face now. Something you never heard in your early 20s but has become the resounding bell of your late 20s, "I'm not lovable."Which is why I'm sitting here with a half drunk bottle of cheap merlot listening to Dallas Green like the emotional mess that my week has been. Or by the time you do, your eggs will be shriveled up worse than your finger after sitting in a hot tub for too long. And who gives a fuck if you haven't met them in your late 20s? My friend Courtney reminded me of a Grey's quote this week that sums it up, "He's very dreamy, but he's not the sun. What I'm learning is that being single in your late 20s is just an opportunity. The sooner you do that the quicker you will realize that being single in your late 20s is no different than any other time in your life.
" The worst is when your family keeps reminding you of the one guy who broke your heart 3 break ups ago. And here's why: It's not that I feel the need to be in a relationship because of some biological countdown or an overpriced party that is more for your family and friends than for you. Because here's the thing, you can not want kids, not want to get married, be the most independent boss babe out there and still just want to love someone and have that love reciprocated. I just got dumped by someone who I felt really safe with. The voice of doubt and judgement only gets louder as we get older. Your coping mechanisms may be different, you will undoubtedly ride less mechanical bulls hopped up on Jagerbombs in order to get over a breakup, but you are still the brave, intelligent, talented and bold person you have always been, and you don't need a relationship to tell you that.
You want to find a partner who you can share your life with, the good and the bad, with no judgment, burden or obligation. He's liked me for a long time and I was so sure it was going to work out. We are so quick to blame ourselves and that makes sense.