It’s important to recognize that the probability of meeting someone very special to you, to whom you also might turn out to be special is pretty low.
It’s not a bad thing or a good thing – it’s just a normal part of life.
It hurt and there is still it a numbing feeling looking back. I knew I didn’t want to be hurt, second guessing everything, and wondering when the next guy will cheat on me. I could feel my heart was broken and unable to heal. I needed to put myself first because at the end of the that’s really all who I have.
It didn’t matter if they were “good guys,” or the famous “not like other guys.” This was too much for me. I started to think about all the things I wanted in the next year. I have so much to accomplish and goals to achieve before, and guys always come in the way. I plan to do this for a year, but who knows maybe I’ll like it so much it will be longer.
It wasn’t easy, I promise, because I’m a pretty big flirt.
Our generation has a pretty hard time dating, and one thing I hear constantly is how guys ruin it.
There are, however, a few practical steps that you can take to avoid this victim mindset or to snap out of it, if that’s where you are now: One of the most important things that a person can do in order to avoid that mindset of giving up on dating is not expecting love and romance to come too easy into their lives.
For many people it takes many relationship and many years to find “the one”, and not everyone finds it obviously.
You’ll never look back, and you’ll be glad you waited for that person.
Every now and then I meet a guy or a woman who says that they are ready to completely give up on dating and relationships, and that meeting people and going out on dates is simply not worth the effort.
It’s obviously not going to make your life any better.
And let’s be honest – can you really completely give up hope on finding that special chemistry?
Everyone has their own path, their own circumstances, their own goals and preferences when it comes to dating and relationships.