Not interested in dating you
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?
Many people talk amongst their friends and peers about what a man or woman must have in order for them to be considered date-able or marriageable.
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.
However on the other side, some people don’t deserve to have healthy relationships purely because they lack the essential qualities required to make it work. They want loving relationships but they want to control everything in the process.
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In fact, I think that it is better to banish them completely from your mental make-up, and to focus on getting to know people extremely well instead.
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?
How can a relationship work if you have no intention of trying to become a better person – whether that be physically, emotionally,or mentally?