In today's society, marriage happens when two people (usually a man and a woman) fall in love and decide to spend the rest of their lives together in monogamy. But did you know that wasn't always the case?
If you are always looking at what you can't do, the wonder of the world and all that it can bring you is lost. Imposing limits will stunt your growth and if you're not growing, a sense of discontent will start to permeate your soul.
If you want a "happily ever after" heed my advice. Take time off from dating in order to explore yourself, your world, and how you want to live in it. Redirect your life's path by deciding what is important to you. Don't settle for a warm body.
I have come to realize that this way of thinking is self-imposed slavery, and I want to break free. I don't want the plague of spending the rest of my life helping people find happiness, while suffering silently for having that happiness myself.
The answers are within us. We have everything we need to create the lives we want. An old proverb says, "The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago. The second-best time is now." Get busy now sowing the seeds of the life you want to flourish over the coming years.
Networking has become a dirty word when it is in fact an important, natural and valuable use of time. The way to succeed is to simply not think of it as "networking" but simply as making new connections and sharing information.