Choosing to remain single is a wonderful thing! It means you refuse to settle for comfort and your ability to be your best self does not depend on the person standing by your side. You feel whole and complete with yourself. I don’t think it matters whether or not the other is right for you or you are right for them. There is most definately a compatibility aspect though once the relationship intensifies in seriousness, but many of us are unable to foresee and foretell where the partnership will lead in its commencement. To definitively validate whether or not your person is the right fit, you must jump in, with both feet committed, and remove yourself if you feel you are sinking before you become submerged. A relationship should not be considered a flotation device, by any means, and you can’t stay aboard grappling onto a sensitive twig that might snap at the slightest ripple. If you feel like you’re chaotically paddling, then you might as well swim to settle on shore. Folks who are single are searching for precious shells in the sand, they do not feel obligated to swim with the predatory sharks in the sea. I have the utmost respect for these selectively driven people.