I dreaded being aSingle Womanin my 30s. I had prayed that I would have the right one sent to me.As my 20s started to wind down to a close, I was bombarded with tons of questions from friends and familyAre You Gay? (Not to my knowledge)Are You Trying To Find Someone? (Shouldn’t he be trying to find me?)Maybe Your Standards Are Too High (If they were any lower, I’d be dating dead people)You Better Hurry Up, You Only Have So Much Time Left! (What the bleep do you think i’m doing?)Don’t Wait Too Late, Or You’ll Be An Old Cat Lady (Well, they are self sufficient)These questions coupled with my inability find a mate made me feel soNEGATIVE. I started to be annoyed around the holidays because of all the engagement and wedding announcements that would pop up on my social media timeline.Even in dating, I focused so much on trying to make it work so I wouldn’t be alone, that I wasaccepting behaviorsfrom men that I should not have accepted. All for the sake of wanting to be in arelationship/married. When my 20s started to close, I looked around and saw that I was still single in a world full of couples.Then, dating in your 30s turned into a race to beat the clock and continued negative feedback from people who felt there was something wrong with your or guys who felt you were less valuable because I was older.Until one day I ran into an old friend who had married in her early 20s. She was so proud to be married that she couldn’t help but remind ussingle womenthat we were..well single. I turned out she had recentlydivorced her husbandand was back on the single scene, just like I was.She wasn’t the first woman I ran into who had this story. These werehundredsof women who jumped into relationships because of social pressure and their personalfear of being lonely. In the end, because they didn’t take the time to get to know themselves and just enjoy life, they rushed into something that didn’t work because they weren’t secure in self.It was at that point, that I realized thatwhat’s for me, is for me. When it’s my time to be in a relationship/marriage, it will happen. But until then, I need toENJOYthe life that I was living right now. Time is of the essence and while we are so focused being sad and lonely on social media, we aren’t taking the time to really love who we are.Being singleisn’t a crime. It is what you make of it. If you focus on all the negatives,you will attract nothingbut negativity. If you are so focused on being in a relationship or marriage, you willFAILto work on yourself so that you can have the tools and mental acuity needed to have a healthy relationship and be a mentally and emotionally healthy partner.My new 5 video course is designed to help you become more secure in being single and gain a more positive outlook on the life of a Single Gal. Read on and check out the video clip below for a look at what I’ll teach you.What Will I Learn?Understand how being secure in being single will positively change your world for the better and how you view single life.Feel secure by doing coursework that will help with the following:Identify Negative Attitudes That Creates A Self Defeatist AttitudeLearn How To Be More Confident In How You Feel And Look About YourselfLove Yourself In Spite Of What Others Think Of YouWhat is Included?*5 Video Courses On The Importance Of Self Acceptance, Positivity, And Being Okay With Being Single* Free Access To The Single Gal’s Mastermind Group (includes monthly giveaways, safe place for discussion, and girl power in one place)* Course Activities With Each Module To Help Encourage Critical Thinking*Free New eBook, “How To Get Away With Being Single” Which focuses on teaching you how to get away with being single and sharing fun anecdotes on why being single is viewed as such a crime!RequirementsYou Must be Able to Dedicate About 30-45 Minutes For Each Section In Order To Take Advantage Of Each Of The ExercisesHave An Open MindBe Some Place Where You Will Have Quiet And Not Be InteruptedIf you have more questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me at chbraswell@singlegalguide.comEnjoy!