I would like add: Spending time on yourself should be highlighted much more.
The least self aware or those who always say it was the fault of others, never seem to be happy in relationships.
The do not settle thing is very western phenomenon. The article is finding a relationship so no reason to add and when you find it, do not settle.
You must settle when you find the right relationship..no settling for the right relationship is exactly where you are today so why bother mentioning it.
I personally find the "do not settle" thing to be a mental barrier. You are happy alone/in relationship or you are not.
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