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Take your time, even consider making this a multi-day competition. For the truly collaborative/competitive games, devise new rules to make them a solo game. In conversations with friends and colleagues, we discussed how important it is to take care of yourself.Singles can go shopping for themselves, have their hair styled or cut, get their nails manicured and pedicured, but those are just treats, it’s not a date.Being single while out and about does not always mean that you’re lonely either.I’ve had lonely moments, but in my singleness, I haven’t really put in the effort to take myself out on a “date” per say, so I set a date with myself.I stopped feeling embarrassed about things I genuinely liked (Lady Gaga, absurd comedy, reading constantly) and instead chased after exactly what I wanted.I spent so much time convincing myself that specific traits and interests were more appealing - being apathetic and liking only a certain kind of music - that I was ignoring what I actually liked: being excited and enthusiastic, being ecclectic, having a general love of life.

Doing things for yourself that you would either want or expect your significant other to do for you.I had such intense fear of being alone that my stomach churned anytime one of my friends got a new boyfriend. There, I had more infatuations, more fixations, and more relationships where I constantly tried to make myself into the person I thought would like instead of being myself.What I never realized was there is a difference between wanting to spend time with people and never being alone with your own thoughts. I couldn't understand why I felt so alone yet still be surrounded by so many people.In middle and high school, I struggled with intense anxiety about always having a friend to hang out with, something to do, and being somewhere I felt included.I always had a crush on someone and was always trying to figure out who or what to focus on next.Luckily, I have created an “ultimate resource” for you to follow to not only get your ex back but to understand why they are acting the way they are acting.