Men with no interest in dating
Going back to what I was talking about earlier: a relationship just simply isn’t for everyone.
How can a relationship work if you’re just too independent to such a degree, that you won’t let anyone do anything for you?
Even I have had fleeting thoughts akin to the above during some of the darkest days and shining moments of my life.
And this is precisely why I’m writing this blog post.
I was doing it “just because” – there was no autonomous thinking behind it. Relationships might be the bread and butter of your existence and happiness – and thus it is a requirement for you to feel ‘whole’ and ‘complete’.
Understanding what you want from a relationship has become more important than ever.
How can a relationship work if you have no intention of trying to become a better person – whether that be physically, emotionally,or mentally?
In other words, what is the point of a relationship if you don’t want it to grow and flourish into something that can make you smile each day?
I’m sure a large majority of us have probably uttered a phrase similar to the following: “Am I cut out for monogamous relationships? ” You’ll be pleased to know that you’re not alone when making this assertion.
Simply put, I can see why people are not interested in dating if all their experiences have only resulted in: For some people, relationships won’t bring anything but misery into their lives.
And this may be due to their behaviour, actions and/or beliefs about relationships, and what they signify.
He must be: Not once have I witnessed a group of people talk about what they can provide to others, or how they intend to strengthen and improve the relationship as time goes on.
This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it does make me question the reasons behind why some select individuals get into a relationship in the first place. I feel that people are making their love lives harder because they continue to place more and more obstacles in front of themselves and their happiness.