Stop telling your friend that her standards are what’s keeping her from finding someone because she’d rather stay single than meet someone who can’t give her half of what she’s asking for.
Well-liked people show more interest in others than they do in themselves – they ask more questions about others than they make statements about themselves.
You’re just tired and a little lost, trying to figure out how everything in your own life falls together.
To the friends who pick up the pieces even though you warned me about him.
The truth of the matter is, building a connection takes time, however, time is a concept that the young generation of today simply cannot be bothered with.
I’ve met many people whom I could love but always find myself choosing solitude instead of believing I could jump into something that will potentially be the greatest magic show of my life.
I not only want, but require that the partnership with me be an active decision and a positive act.
So shouldn’t we apply the high standards we hold ourselves to, to the people we date as well?
Since when did it become picky to want someone that will text back? Someone that will make you feel special? Someone that will stay the night after sex?
If your standards are too high, you risk losing out on the potential of something great. If your standards are too low, you risk setting down for something far less than you deserve.