Or maybe you was just with the wrong person altogether? It’s perfectly fine if you’re not interested in dating anymore due to the added societal pressures and expectations which come along when dating or in a relationship.
My reason for asking these thought-provoking questions is to make a very clear point. Despite being in a loving relationship myself, I can understand exactly why so many men and women have simply, given up.
This mostly worked, though text messaging could get confusing.
Source: Comedy Central When I spend the night with someone, I don't have to worry about roommates or futons.
Shock horror, I don’t believe everyone was meant to find their ‘OH’ – not everyone is suited towards selflessness and compromise.
A scary figure no doubt, but this has helped me understand and cultivate my own reasons for wanting to enter a relationship both in the past and in the future.
Talking about our dates became an entertaining hobby. Unlike my never-married friends, I was not trying to find The One. This time around, I was just ready for adventure, and as a result, I ended up dating all kinds of guys I might not have considered before.
In my 20s, I obsessed about whether or not guys liked me, and I took it personally if they didn't.
Hand on heart I couldn’t give you a single, honest, intrinsic motivational factor for why I got involved in relationships.
This was augmented by the fact that my life didn’t have a purpose, and therefore neither did my relationships.