Pressure can start building in February if you are single. Women who are smart and thriving in all other areas of their life, can suddenly start feeling insecure and comparing themselves to others who are in relationships. Your mind may tell you that everyone else is happy in a committed relationship or having lots of fun dating, while you are home alone on the sofa watching TV. It’s important to realize that you are not alone and more and more people are spending their time unattached rather than being in a committed relationship. Think about the fact that you are not single because of any shortcomings within you and instead try to reflect on the good things in your life. Nurture yourself with self-love so that you feel fulfilled on your own, without being in a relationship. Get pro-active and participate in sports and community activities that you enjoy. Have fun and maybe meet someone nice at the same time! Connect with nature, try yoga, meditate, any of these things can leave you feeling content and peaceful. Try flexing your creative muscles, draw, paint, write, dance, play music. It’s uplifting and fun! Remember that even if you don’t have a romantic partner, you do have friend and family who love and care for you. Don’t forget about them! Keep those relationships strong and you will feel a lot less lonely. For more great tips and the full article, visit Huffington Post.