Welp…it’s happened. I am the only single friend — the last one standing.
Being the last single friend can be tough, especially if you feel like everyone around you is in a relationship. It’s natural to wonder why you’re the last one who hasn’t found love yet and to feel a sense of loneliness or isolation.
As a Christian, it can be helpful to remember that God has a plan for your life and that this plan may not involve being in a romantic relationship at this time. It’s important to trust in His timing and to continue to put your faith in Him.
One way to deal with feeling like the last single friend is to focus on the other blessings in your life. Take time to appreciate the friendships and other relationships you do have, and find ways to cultivate a sense of community and support.
It can also be helpful to remember that being single doesn’t define you as a person. You are valuable and worthy, regardless of your relationship status. Take time to pursue your passions and interests and focus on personal growth.
If you’re feeling really down about being single, don’t be afraid to reach out for support. Talk to a trusted friend, mentor, or pastor about how you’re feeling. They can offer words of encouragement and help you to find ways to cope with your feelings.
Ultimately, it’s important to remember that your worth as a person doesn’t come from being in a romantic relationship. Trust in God’s plan for your life, and remember that He is always with you, even in the tough times.