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Here's the kicker. You have to know within yourself that the single life is something you are more than happy with. It's the introspection that helps you make that decision.
I feel sorry in some ways for those who have to scurry between relationships, either as it's their nature and they're naturally somewhat needy, or if they've fallen for the hidden social narrative that pairing off is better when it's not.
Just remember this, some aspects of society think it is better. What they cannot logically answer is whether it suits you best.
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