2020 has been a tough year for many of us. Global pandemic or not, every year has its set of highs and lows. Looking back, 2008 and 2017 were tougher for me in terms of personal and professional challenges. What made those particular years more difficult than other years was a big breakup.
Let's start from the beginning...
I've never been married, though I'd like to be one day. My longest relationship was 3 years. That was also my last relationship.
As an only child, I've always been independent. But it doesn't mean I want to be single. I'd like to be in a healthy loving long term relationship sooner rather than later. But it's been rough in the digital dating jungle.
Here's the thing. I can be picky when it comes to men. I'll admit that. And here in southern California:
The odds are good, but the goods are odd.
So why should I settle for less? I know what I want. Through my Covid Dating Chronicle series, you're welcome to laugh and cry with me because I don't hold anything back!
Breakups are an unfortunate but inevitable part of every woman’s life, and there’s no denying that the heartache experienced after the ending of a serious relationship can be excruciating. But it doesn’t have to feel insurmountable, and there is always hope to be found.
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