As a single person, do you get depressed during Christmas? Well, we’re here to tell you that being single is something to celebrate, especially around the holiday season. Sometimes being in a relationship isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
If you’re still not convinced that being a bachelor or bachelorette during Christmas is the best, then perhaps the points in this article will change your mind. After reading this post, you’ll feel better about going solo, and you’ll be ready to enjoy the festivities!
Making the Most of Party Season
Christmas is a time when people host the best parties. You may have the craziest experiences that you’ll remember for years to come. Going to parties is the perfect opportunity to meet other singles.
On the other hand, if you still don’t want to attend these parties alone, you can find a suitable partner via online dating apps. The benefit of using dating apps is that you don’t have to commit to anyone. So you can find a suitable date for a party and still be considered single.
You Get to Pick the Christmas Movies
When you’re dating someone, you’ll soon realize that compromise can get a bit annoying. You have to compromise on almost everything you do together, and this includes choosing your favorite movies.
Your spouse may insist on watching The Grinch for the hundredth time, but you want to watch classics like Home Alone or Love Actually.
Being single means you can watch all your favorite Christmas movies without someone protesting about it. You could also host Christmas movie marathons with friends and family. One day you’ll find someone who’ll love and appreciate the same films you do.
Choosing Your Favorite Holiday Destination
A partner may not like the same holiday destinations that you love. One of the perks of not having a spouse is that you get to choose where you want to spend the festive season. Visit a place where it snows, like Finland. If you don’t like the cold, then go somewhere warm, like Barbados or South Africa.
Furthermore, if you don’t want to be alone during the festive season, you can always plan a road trip with friends. Make sure you invite your single friends so that you don’t feel like the third wheel.
Avoid Festive Relationship Stress
Relationships can be extremely stressful at times. During the festive season, you could land up fighting more because you’re arguing over who to visit first or where to go for your holiday. If you’re single, you can avoid festive relationship stress.
When people are emotionally immature, they tend to fight with their partners more. Perhaps at this moment, all you need is time to yourself.
You can spend time at home reflecting on what you truly want out of life instead of spending your energy trying to make someone else happy. Remember, there’s a season for everything. So, there may be a reason why you’re single at the moment.
When you’re emotionally ready, you’ll attract someone in your life that you can truly be happy with. Right now, all you need is time to unwind and find yourself again.
Dodging Terrible In-Laws
It’s not uncommon for people to not get along with their in-laws. Some people will instantly become part of your family and vice versa. But other times, you may find yourself clashing with your partner’s siblings or parents.
Unfortunately, the holiday season requires people to visit their family members on both sides of the relationship. If you’re single, you have the privilege of skipping family dinners and awkward outings with in-laws you don’t get along with.
One day, you may find someone who has a wonderful family that doesn’t thrive on drama. They may invite you into the family with open arms, and you’ll want to visit them for Christmas. But for now, relish in the fact that you can enjoy spending the festive season with your own family.
Avoid Unwanted Social Situations
Are you an introvert? Or perhaps you struggle to talk to new people and make a good first impression. When you’re with a partner, you not only have to impress the family, but you have to be a good host towards friends and work colleagues.
But when you’re single, you don’t have to go to office Christmas parties or pretend you’re excited to meet your spouse’s friends. You can skip the awkward first impressions and enjoy the holidays having fun with the people you truly care about.
Slob Around in Your Comfy Clothes
One of the reasons why people love Christmas so much is because they get to spend time off work. If you’re single, you can spend all day in your pajamas watching movies and eating snacks. You don’t have to impress anyone by dressing up every day. And you get to spend your time relaxing, which is what being on holiday is all about!
Don’t spend your time dreading the approach of Christmas because you’re single. Use the points in this guide to give you inspiration and enjoy the festive season solo until the right person comes along.
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