Singles need to know that having failed relationships does not mean you will end up with a wrong partner. It is like saying that travelling on a bad road, might end you up in a bad city. It is just like saying because it is raining heavily now, the sun won't shine again. Sometimes you need the rain before the sunshine, and without the rain, there won't be sunshine.
Our paths are different from our destination. You need to know your destination and never lose hope no matter how bad the road or journey turns out to be. Anytime we mistaken our path for our destination, or confuse the two, we don't end up at our destination. We give up easily, we throw in the towel.
There are many people who have given up on love, relationship and marriage because they dated a wrong person or someone hurt or disappointed them. Those who hurt or disappointed you had a message for you but sadly you had too much tears in your eyes to see or read. The message was "we are not the right person for you". The right person is ahead.
You can only get to the right person when you learn to let go the wrong person. You can only get to the right person when you let go the person you thought was the right one. You need to forget what is gone and look forward to what is coming next.
Forgive yourself if you have to. Sometimes we are blinded by emotions and as a result we end up on the wrong path and that is how we meet wrong people. The good thing is that, they help us to gain our sight back, a process which is painful. You are not a bad person because you got yourself involved with a bad person in the name of relationship or love. The truth is, sometimes people with a good heart don't see the bad in others, even with the bad person, they still try to find good in them.
What you should not do is to waste your time and attention on the wrong person after finding out they are not right for you. Doing that is one of the most expensive things. It will cause you pains; it will cause you your happiness and even your life.
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