As I write this, I'm a single man and from time to time I have felt lonely. But in recent times, I haven't felt that need of wanting and having a girlfriend, sex and being in a relationship. That it is no longer high on the list of priorities. As I've been focusing on my life. Working on my life goals like a change of career, as I've recently landed myself with a new job, but also saving up to move house, and on my health and fitness. Relationships have fallen down the pecking order, and to be honest, investing time and energy in myself. With hobbies and activities like exercising, cooking, scrap booking, reading, painting and drawing too, for example. Has also made me a lot happier in myself, more comfortable in my own skin. A relationship really doesn't matter in the grand scheme of things. Make no mistake, even if the company is nice to have. I've got bored of chasing women in a nut shell. I feel that I'm not as bothered about having the need of being in a relationship. That I'm developing a healthier mindset that has followed from my change of priorities. Live my life for me, live by my principals. Not trying to fit in, not meeting society's expectations, not for anyone else, pleasing them and meeting their approval. Being myself and comfortable in my own skin. Has anyone else been through this? Do you think I have a better train of thought here?