Being single can and should be one of the best seasons in your life.
When single, you have the freedom to do what you want. You can spend time with family and friends, go to parties, restaurants, movies, the beach, the gym, or do nothing at all. The choices are yours. There are no restrictions on your time, energy, emotions, or finances.
However, the world implies that if you are single, you are not wanted, there must be something wrong with you, or you are not complete.
This view is not only crazy, but highly inaccurate and certainly not the way God views you. First, the dictionary defines the word "single" as unique, whole, separate and rare. These are all positive and complimentary descriptions. In fact, the Bible indicates in Genesis 1:26 that when God made the first human being in his own likeness, He said, "It was very good."
The best tips we have learned and share with singles (and married people) are: first establish a solid personal foundation by knowing how to relate to God. By doing so, you will gain the tools and principles necessary to have healthy, and fruitful relationships with others. Without first knowing God and His ways, you can only demonstrate what you know, what you have seen, or how you are feeling in the moment...which may not be appropriate.
Secondly, don't confuse being single with being alone. You can be single (unmarried) and still have a very full and contented life.
Lastly, when you are single, there are greater opportunities to explore, learn, or develop yourself in any or all areas of your life, if necessary.
Love and appreciate the person you are today and look forward to what you want to do in the future.