It’s hard to cope with singlehood after emerging from a long-term relationship. Agot Isidro, who separated last year from Manu Sandejas, her husband of 10 years, knows this fully well. “It’s different being single again,” she said, adding that her experience made her more cautious when meeting new people.

Still, this star refused to let her separation define her by treating it as a challenge and learning to enjoy the ride. Read on for some of the things Agot likes about singlehood, and do well to remember that being single does not at all mean being lonely.


1. THERE’S ROOM FOR SELF-DISCOVERY.

Being single means being able to pursue the things you want to do at your own pace. “I’m enjoying myself more,” Agot shared during her cover shoot for Good Housekeeping’s October 2012 issue. “I enjoy my time, my free time, doing stuff that I want.”


2. THERE’S NO ONE HOLDING YOU BACK.

“There’s more freedom,” Agot said. Indeed, when you’re single, you’re pretty much free to do as you please, without worrying about a boyfriend or a husband who will frown at your decisions.


3. YOU WILL APPRECIATE YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS MORE.

“This part of my life is probably the toughest I had to go through. I am grateful for the love, wisdom, and patience of family and friends,” Agot was quoted as saying in the magazine. Truly, being single will make you realize how important your family and friends are in your life, as they will loyally stay by your side through thick and thin.


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