Now that I'm over a month being married already, I thought I'd mention the things I don't miss about being single. This photo was of me right in my senior year of high school, and I wasn't very happy love-wise back then.
5. Nobody to Watch TV/Movies With
One thing I usually try not to watch alone is movies and TV shows. Having a second person with you is always better. Especially when you have your special someone watch your favorites before you got together.
4. Nobody to Celebrate Holidays/Events With
After high-school, Christmas wasn't too special again until I met Daisy. Same thing with other holidays and events. I always hated going to a wedding with no date. Valentine's Day was even worse on that subject.
3. Asking Women Out
I was never confident in that area, especially when I used to wear glasses. I always hated the fear of rejection as well. I mainly stuck to asking out women online, which limits your options. Not to mention all the crazy people that are on there.
Asking women out can be stressful enough, but worrying about keeping a girlfriend can be even more so. That's one thing I never worried too much about Daisy though. We had a mutual understanding that neither of us wanted to end our relationship, and we rarely had any verbal-fights.
1. Being Lonely
While some people like being the lone wolf, I didn't ever really like it. Having nobody in the world is always such a depressing feeling. Couples often refer to each other as "my other half" and that certainly seems to be true with us. I'm glad my wife makes me feel complete.