As someone who spent the vast majority of her life single, I know how fun it can be. That being said, I also know firsthand what losing hope about finding love can feel like. Spoiler: It's not great.
For those of you who haven't been there, let me paint you a picture. You've been single for what feels like forever. The last person you met was really great and you even saw a future with them. The two of you continued to see each other for weeks, months, or maybe even years until you mustered up the courage to tell them how you felt. At that point, they offered up some excuse about why they're not looking for anything serious. This wouldn't be quite so tragic if this was the first time this ever happened. Unfortunately, that's not the case here. In fact, different versions of this same story have happened to you so often that you've resigned to the idea that maybe you were just destined to be single forever. And that thought can be catastrophically painful. I mean, what's the next step after you've given up on love entirely?
Well, in a recent Reddit AskWomen thread, ladies who have been there share their best advice for getting your groove back when you're starting to lose faith in love.