BE HAPPY SINGLE: FLANAGAN MCPHEE’S 4 TIPS

BE HAPPY SINGLE: FLANAGAN MCPHEE’S 4 TIPS

Hello, my dearest (and happy) bachelor.

I’m talking to you, who has not had a partner for a long time. You have gone from “expartner” to “no partner” without having noticed. You’ve stopped thinking about your ex and you don’t want to find anyone just yet, so that sooner or later it will become something special and will separate you from your current situation: being single.

BEING SINGLE IS MORE THAN AN ART (AND BEING SINGLE AND HAPPY EVEN MORE).

Famous bachelors are usually found in films and literature. But I can assure you that this isn’t one of those articles in which the author tells you about the life and miracles of real or fictitious people and how much fun they are having. Mainly because the Bachelor status generally goes with “multi millionaire” and seriously, doesn’t that bother you? 

So let’s get back to reality. 

Being single is more than just a word. It’s a mental and physical state. And for that matter, it requires so much more than just delipating our pubic hair just in case you get lucky tonight. 

Let’s face it, it’s the only reason why we pass blades through that delicate area. If it weren’t for hoping that a tongue might slide itself down there, the pubes of all men would look like a Vietnamese jungle, but with less rice.

Having said that, every good bachelor should have clearly defined points that will help him live his bachelorhood as an amazing opportunity and not as a condemnation. Come on, if you handle it well, then being single is a blessing. If you can’t handle it so well, then you will be overwhelmed and you will only try to get out of this situation, with all the mistakes that go with it.

For this reason, I am going to join a trend that is one of the few that I consider useful since blogs have been created and therefore, influencers: I am going to write a list. Here you have 4 tips you need to be single and happy. (and not die trying) 

To do that, I’m going to join a trend that is one of the few that I consider useful since the blogs were created and, therefore, the influencers: I’m going to make a list. Here are the 4 tips to be happy single (and not die trying).

4 TIPS TO BE SINGLE AND HAPPY.

1. ASSUME YOU’RE SINGLE, IT’S THE FIRST WOUND TO HEAL.

It seems like a joke, but it’s very basic. Leave your past behind, I am no saying that you should forget it, because forgetting means not remembering and then you may fall back into the same loss (aka your ex). But leave your past where it belongs and look towards the future. A time when the most important person has to be you.

2. STOP PAMPERING YOURSELF, BUT DON’T STOP TAKING CARE OF YOURSELF. HEALTH RATHER THAN HEDONISM.

Whether it’s you who broke up your last relationship or you were the dreaded “dumped one”, your complaining days have come to an end. Or should. You have to stop pampering yourself, indulging in satisfying meals and comfort, spending afternoons (evenings and mornings) on the sofa and having a shower from time to time when it becomes unsustainable. In a nutshell: less hedonism and more self-care. Less Chinese and more salad. Less “a day is just a day” and more “tomorrow I’ll thank myself”.

The time of wailing and licking your wounds passed when you stopped thinking about your ex-partner every day. And if you don’t want your next date to be with the tension doctor, start taking care of yourself and taking decisions with your head, not your stomach nor your testicles (we’ll talk about balls in a moment, don’t be impatient).

Start taking care of yourself and stop spoiling yourself. I shouldn’t have to tell you, but you’re not a 6-year-old. You’re in your thirties and that belly isn’t there because it’s swollen. It’s going to stay put if you don’t do anything about it.

3. TOUCH YOURSELF AND HEAL YOURSELF.

It’s as simple as that. Touch yourself all the time. Enjoy yourself and your body. Accept yourself, love yourself and start changing what you don’t like about yourself. But only because you want to. Not because you want anyone to look at you differently. The only thing that should matter to you right now is you, and the image you should care about is the one that reflects in the mirror. 

But above all, touch yourself. Did you know that masturbation is one of the best ways to prevent prostate cancer? I’m not telling you to peel it like a monkey, either. Again, you’re not 15, you’re 35. But don’t be embarrassed to admit it.

Touch yourself.

Make the most of yourself and get ready for your interactions with other people, because, as a friend of mine, now a sports journalist, said, “masturbating is like preview before recording a piece for news..

Enjoy yourself and get ready for your interactions with other people, because, as a friend of mine, now a sports journalist, said, “masturbating is like the preview before recording news… “ 

If you want my advice, buy yourself a MYHIXEL. This has been a revelation for me, and a remarkable improvement in relationships that are with people and not just with myself. Remeber the words of the wise Woody Allen: “Don’t knock masturbation. It’s sex with someone you love.”    

And, believe me, you always think you’re the best at what you’re doing, but in bed, a little help never hurts. And that’s where MYHIXEL can help you.  I thought the same thing. But… Who doesn’t want to be able to control their ejaculations? Who doesn’t want to be able to finish when they want, when the work is done and the grade is more than outstanding?

Trust me and follow those steps that will help you reach those 7th heaven orgasms. And, besides, you’re going to have a blast giving it to your “love wand” – I’m sorry for all the readers, I don’t know how to call the penis without it sounding rude and I’m a Harry Potter fan, so it’s a win-win situation. 

4. KEEP YOUR SOCIAL LIFE HEALTHY.

Whether it’s to have a drink with your friends or to get that date of yours into your bed, organization and order are very important. Between stuff work, things at home, family, having to go to the Post Office because you weren’t there to collect your package (or some other urgent transport company that doesn’t really care whether you are at home or not, because they are going to say no, you were not there, and they swear to God, … Basically, with all the daily movements, healthy eating, exercise, rest and other movements, it’s hard to find time for dates in your weekly schedule – whether it’s with friends or naked interest. 

So, my dear, I’m telling you now, find your way. Dig the hole. Because to be a happy bachelor you have to keep in mind that part of the health of the bachelor is to have time to share with others. Believe me, your head and your body will thank you.

I USED TO TELL YOU THAT TAKING CARE OF YOURSELF IS IMPORTANT.

But that beer after work, or when the weekend arrives,… that should be government regulation. Beer is almost juice after all. It’s pure, it’s vegetarian. Come on, it’s good for everything. And who says beer, says a little glass of wine, a vermouth, or a sparkling water or that red drink that the ladies drink after Mass. Drinking, always in moderation, is a pleasure to share with others and is more company than the drink itself.

And if, instead of with friends, you have a drink with someone you’ve just met and whom you want to know more deeply – I guess that you want to get to know that person up to the pelvis, but that’s up to you – then remember that being single is not the same as being alone. Social relationships are part of personal health. And, what the hell, if you’re single because you’ve decided you want to be single, what better way than to share that singleness with another single person and compare experiences and learn?

BECAUSE, AT THE END OF THE DAY, HEALTH IS IN LEARNING TO BE BETTER.


To be better. And there is no better apprentice than the one who wants to know more by the simple fact of learning. For the pleasure of getting better. Because, in bed, you always learn new things. And so you can share them with others. Well, with others and more.

And remember that being single doesn’t mean you can’t be happy. You’re in a stage of self-discovery. Enjoy it!

This article was written by Flanagan McPhee. It is part of the campaign “Men Sexual Wellness“, whose aim is to normalise conversations between men about sexual problems.


Post a Comment

#Follow us on Instagram