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Wanting a guy is fine, but needing one means you need to work on your own happiness first. Take a minute and step back from your man search.
You have friends, family, co-workers and more. You have plenty of people to talk to, do things with, and be happy around. You can reach higher shelves, you can go out to dinner, you can support yourself. Hell, you can even please yourself. You can choose any career you want. Forget needing to date a rich guy to keep you up. You have the power to choose any career you want. You can have any job you want as long as you work for it. Be happy for now and wait for the right man.
Enjoy it. Travel, try new things with your friends, explore new hobbies or go around the country volunteering. You can pay your own way. But that gets old. You never have to ask for what you want. You can do whatever you want. You really want to try that new restaurant, but your man said no. If you were single, you could go whenever you wanted. You can seriously do whatever you want. They do what makes them happy and if a man is a part of their life great.
If not, great. Take some time to focus on figuring out what makes you happy.
A man can only add to your happiness. Less drama is better for everyone. Sometimes, all the added drama just makes you feel like crap. No stress to look good all the time. You could stress out about how you look and let a man judge you for what you wear or what you look like without makeup. Or, you could say screw it and realize how happy you are wearing whatever the hell you want. Without a man, you could spend a week in the same clothes without a shower if you want.
You get to dress for you, not someone else. Others will stay single and other things will make them just as happy.
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