I can’t remember the last time I was single. No, I do remember, I choose not to. I do not like being single… read: I do not like being alone. I don’t know how to do it. I don’t know how to not talk to a boyfriend everyday, or to see someone and be a couple… nor do I not know how to argue about silly things and not make up.
Some people are not meant to be single, and I am one of them. I don’t like dating. I don’t like meeting new guys and going through the whole getting to know you shebang. I like the security of one man, and having that one person I get to see, and talk to, and kiss. I am monogamy queen all the way!
Recently, on a one time date with a man I will never see again, I was told that a person needs a good amount of time in between relationships.
For what? I asked.
He replied, with a condescending tone, to get to know yourself, to get over the relationship, and reflect and be a new you.
That is bullshit.
Why should you have to reflect about a relationship that is over? Clearly, the relationship has been reflected on, over, under, while you were in it – hence why it was now ended. I think, and know, the best way to get over someone is to get with someone else. I don’t need to give myself time to be miserable, and to think about everything that went wrong, that’s just self deprecation.
I think it’s important to understand why a relationship ends, but you can’t dwell on it once it’s done.
Maybe this guy had two years too long to think about the demise of his relationship, and should have just gotten back into the dating game. Maybe next time he should keep his opinions to himself, and he won’t be stuck in the dating game for so long.
I like my avoid being alone principals. This video made me sad.. and depressed. Do not watch.