You constantly worry about what everyone else is thinking. You want to know the sucker of all fun? Over-thinking.
Worrying about finding love is a complete waste of time in my opinion. I’m over trying to figure out how to please someone who doesn’t give me any feedback because he’s too concerned with playing hard to get.
I look around at all the happy couples in my life and sigh. What do they have that I lack? Am I just not good enough? Not pretty enough?
Whatever the circumstances may be, there is some undetermined reason that the relationship is incapable of moving forward and become something resilient, so to speak
When the girl who’s perpetually single loves she will love you hard, she will commit to you fully and strive to make you as happy as she can, but it will take her a little time to get there.
It’s been heavily instilled in you as a middle child to be compliant and non-confrontational. While this can be a great asset (you’re calm and not easily shaken) it can also be your fatal flaw.
Lead by example. Show her how much you want her around, want her in your life. Show her how you want to love her and in turn, you’ll be showing how you want to be loved back.
Bear with her because the girl who is always single will love the hell out of you, but it just might take her a little more time to get comfortable with you.
If I aspire to date someone who is driven, intentional, and honest…how am I going to find him when my drunk ass is frolicking all over the damn bar?
I was always a fairytale-chaser. I sought after the ideal relationship; the perfect-for-me guy who set my soul on fire and just “got” me; who treated me with the utmost compassion and respect and made me laugh till my stomach hurt and wanted to sign up for a life of unparalleled adventures with me, only me.