(but, the day you come back on the market, try not to focus on your income as a major quality) Its because you don't know of anyone you would consider being inn a relationship with. Eventually you will meet someone who will sweep you off your feet and suddenly a relationship will seem a lot more interesting It's your right not to feel the need of dating !
I've been divorced for over six years now, and I'm not in a relationship. There have been a few beaus, a couple more serious than the others, some purely physical. Everything I read about divorce seems to have a message: if you are divorced, you need to date. Fresh divorcees fret about it, as though there is a deadline for finding new love, a relationship version of the old biological clock that is ticking ominously in the background.
for one most of the relationships I've been in to wasn't that great..
and most of the people that I see that are in relationship aren't that good..
But right now, and for the past several months, I've been absolutely, completely, 100% unattached. That their lives will not be complete until they have someone on the other side of the bed every single night.
To this day, people still ask me, "Why aren't you dating? I have perfected the art of being alone, but not being lonely.
The other one ended in so much pain, betrayal, and hurt for me that I can't imagine going through that again.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members.All my cousins, siblings, and family members are married or dating someone. At the risk of sounding conceited, I am a very attractive, fit/thin female who is talkative and outgoing, so it's not like I "can't get" a guy and have therefore sworn off men. I enjoy being single, working, doing my running, hanging out with friends (of both genders) and am a very social person with an active and busy lifestyle.I have never been the girl who dreamed of weddings or wanted to get married, and I have never, ever wanted children, still do not. I have only ever had two relationships, and one I do not count because it lasted only a few months and I was a teenager.Quite an assertion to make I know, yet it is one that requires honest introspection into your characteristics and mannerisms.
Take a solid look at all of your past relationships and ask yourself the following questions: Or maybe, your relationship died a slow death – feelings began to wither away and the relationship had sadly ran its course?
And this is precisely why I’m writing this blog post.