- Are you a single woman?
- Have you always dreamed about getting married and having your own family?
- Do you sometimes wonder why you haven’t met your Prince Charming?
- Do you get depressed by the type of men who approach you?
- Are you tired of using your career as an excuse to why you’re still single?
- Are you tired of pretending that only single women are independent?
- Are you tired of relationships that come with so much drama it could pass for a Reality Show?
- Do you only date within your race?
I don’t mean to sound harsh but if you answered yes to all or most of the questions above, chances are you are the cause of your own problem. This article is not for the “I’m single and loving it. Who needs a man when I can take care of myself!?!” crew. Granted there’s nothing wrong in being single and enjoying your life while you achieve certain things. This article is for the woman who is tired of using her career as an excuse for why she’s single. This is for the woman who is ready to move on to the next step in her life with someone special to share it with.
How many women isolate themselves from the world by only dating men within a 20 mile radius of their vicinity? Have you ever wondered why you only meet the same type of men? If you live in a certain neighborhood and only do business or socialize within said neighborhood how are you supposed to meet men different from the ones you usually meet?
Too many women are missing out on love simply because they close their eyes on men of other races. I am in no means implying that everyone become KolorBlind or that the man of your dreams is of a different race/ethnicity. I am merely saying you open up a pool of options when you start to look beyond your familiar terrain. If you are of the belief that all human beings are the same, why is it hard to accept the Asian, Caucasian, Black or men of other ethnicities? If you currently have 10 men available to you within your race who are interested, can you imagine how many more men you will have to choose from if you open up your mind to the idea of interracial dating?
I’m sure you’re all familiar with HBO’s hit series Sex in the City that focused on the lives of a group of four women – three in their mid-thirties and one in her forties – who, throughout their different natures and ever-changing sex lives, remain inseparable and confided in each other. At the beginning of the series all four women enjoyed their single life but sooner than later they all realized they wanted more from life and wanted to spend it with someone special.
By the time of the last season all four women were either married or in serious relationships. Showing the world, that even women with thriving and successful careers can juggle both. I hate to see women unhappy and lonely and worse seeing them miss out on raising a family with a man. I would rather open my mind to dating outside of my race and experiencing true love than be single or be in a relationship where i’m merely settling just so I can be in a relationship.
Don’t settle for less and don’t miss out on love. Life is too short and we only live once. Read the article on how to date interracially. It might help you consider the idea.
I hope you’ve enjoyed reading Woman 2 Woman: Why am I still single? I wish you all luck in finding love out there.
- Interracial Relationship Advice: What do you suggest for a 1st date? (kolorblindmag.com)
- Celebrity Album: Interracial/Interethnic Couples (kolorblindmag.com)
- Interracial Dating-9/2/12 (humannatureradio.wordpress.com)
- The REALITY of Dating in the “Church” (missaleck.com)
- Interracial Relationship Advice: My girlfriend’s parents keep referring to ‘black people’ as ‘you guys’… (kolorblindmag.com)
- A Controversial ‘How-To’ Guide On Interracial Dating Is Becoming A Movie (pinkisthenewblog.com)