3 Clues That You’re Single Because You’re Independent

Because You're Independent

Are You too Independent for Love?

Being in relationships can be a wonderful thing for some; for others it’s not at the top of their priority list. But if you’re looking for love and having difficulty finding it, it could be that you’re giving off the vibe that you’re too independent for a relationship, and you may not even realize it. And how is anyone to know which person you are—the one looking for love or the one who’s just fine on their own? You’ve got to let people know, because most people don’t read minds.

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The best way to fix something is to find out why it’s not working in the first place. So, here are three clues that your independence may be killing your chances of finding love and having that great relationship. I’ve also included three ways to bust that dam wide open and start flooding your calendar with dates.

Clue No. 1: You Never Ask for Help

We know you’re no stranger to rearranging furniture or hanging curtain rods. We all know that you’re perfectly capable of climbing that ladder you bought at the home improvement store and driving a few screws with your handy-dandy, pink, power screw gun. But what if you asked someone to help? Just because you can do something on your own, it doesn’t necessarily mean you have to. Here’s your chance to open up and let others in. It could be curtain rods, a flat tire or tax advice—it doesn’t matter. What matters is that seeking advice helps you connect with others and it’s good practice for when you’re actually in a relationship. No man/woman is an island.

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Clue No. 2: You Only Socialize With Single People

If you and your friends are all single, you’re probably still in your 20s. What? You’re not? Then why don’t you have any married or in-a-relationship friends? Nothing says “I’m independent and don’t need a relationship” like having single friends. Friends with spouses have friends and family— a whole new group of people you’d probably never meet on your own, and certainly not meet if you’re out at some random bar with a gaggle of girls in a sea of singletons. Let me throw you a life raft: If you’re really serious about finding love, then let people who are already in love give you a hand. Sure, it can suck being the third, fifth or even seventh wheel. But your married friends will rush to your side and help you find someone who could be just right for you. Who knows you better than your closest friends?

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Clue No. 3: You Ignore Unsolicited Advice

Do you blow up at friends when they offer advice? Do you blow them off and ignore them when they ask uncomfortable questions? If so, you’re not only independent, you’re also probably pretty lonely. If a friend asked you if you liked being single, what would you say? If you said “yes,” (even if you don’t mean it), then your friend won’t give you advice or try to set you up.

How’s Being Single Working for You?

We’re taught that people who are independent don’t express needs, wants or desires. When they have a goal, they get it done on their own and in their own time. Okay. So how’s that working for you? Exactly.

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Swallow Your Pride

Don’t bite off the hand that’s offering you advice. Instead, take a healthy chunk out of that pride of yours and swallow it. Tell your friends, “No, I hate being single. Do you have any suggestions?” Be honest with yourself and them. Being independent is an asset, but not accepting help when it’s offered is just asinine, and that certainly doesn’t describe you. You’re not only independent, you’re smart too. Aren’t you? I knew it.

5 thoughts on “3 Clues That You’re Single Because You’re Independent

  1. Logan Ext 5089

    Great article! Perfect key points of awareness to help remove obstacles that hinder finding a relationship.

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  2. SUE

    THE GUYS I AM INTERESTED R CONTRACTORS, THEY WILL EXPECT TO BE PAID FOR SERVICES RENDERED. I WOULD CALL IN A HEARTBEAT, BUT THEY WANT TO GET PAID AS WELL. THIS IS NOT GOOD ADVICE FOR ME. AS FOR FRIENDS, I HAVE BOTH MARRIED & SINGLE, & GAY. I HAVE BEEN THIS ROAD BEFORE & SOME OF MY FRIENDS TRY TO FIX UP BUT THESE GUYS R NOT MY TYPE AT ALL. THEIR R GUY FRIENDS THAT KNOW I AM OUT HERE , DO NOT WANT TO GO INTO DATING SITES EITHER. MY SINGLE GIRLFRIENDS HAVE BEEN SINGLE FOR ALONG TIME INCLUDING MY SISTER. THIS IS JUST THE WAY IT IS WHEN U HAVE ALWAYS FENDED FOR YOURSELF, AFTER STORMY RELATIONSHIPS , THEN U ALSO HAVE TO DEAL W/ TRUST ISSUES.

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  3. smith

    Hi Psychics, how are u doing?

    I am sparking to u now as a single man who is looking for a relationship for life time. and i find it difficult right now to find one.

    Could u please help me to in this process?

    What u think i can do to help help myself?

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  4. Dan

    I know who to send this link to. My date resembles this post, and I hope he breaks away from his ways. However we live in a time when no one budges. If he is going through the trouble to date then independence is not an excuse to let the other party do all the wooing. Relationships should be about desiring the other, not needing them. It’s early in the game, but it’s useless if he doesn’t step forward.
    He told me that “people are afraid of feelings.” Then they are hopeless romantics.
    At the time of writing this I was half tempted to text him and tell him it’s not going to work if he is not willing to reciprocate his feelings about us dating and if we will ever have a relationship. I won’t text him, but I’d bet my money he wouldn’t respond, or say ” yeah sure I like you.” He may not think his intimacy problems are only his and do not affect anyone else, but they will affect the meaning of my intentions for him, and the advances of the next guy he closes off. It does leave a lasting impression that the dating world over here is totally screwed!
    These are not feeling that can be switched on or off as the psycho babblers will tell you otherwise. They are the result of the petty absurdity amongst the laws of attraction. Enough said!

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  5. Brady Greenberg

    um’ that works both ways you know’ so many America women don’t know who they are, don’t really want a meaningful relationship, see men as sperm donors and walking bank accounts that they can use and manipulate to their advantage – it’s the moral decline of innocents in our society – unfortunately’ the ways of a women is too follow the ways of a man, many men that I’ve spoken too use women the way women use men, then there are those men that tell me if you want an old-fashioned decent women with good traditional & moral family values you have to leave the united states because these women would prefer the comfort of a dog rather than the comfort of a man, that’s why you have so many dating sites because both men & women just want lots of sex without the emotional baggage commitment that drags you under like a ball & chain. Marriage & divorce destroys lives in America, like unchecked bacteria slowly eroding the organism.

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