Why is dating
Why is dating
Which we wonder is worthwhile or not, after too many failures or too much difficulties in finding interesting people all while knowing we needed all that time and energy for things that are extremely important: spending time with children or, say, a sick parents who might part anytime soon, etc.Finding the strenght to go on all while knowing that the things we enjoy or need to do are usually not activities in environments or situations where we are likely or able to meet new people, is difficult, discouraging... while I agree there is always a someone looking for another special someone who is exactly the match each look for, the odds of their crossing paths becomes increasingly minimal as time goes by and we do not see any gain in all the time we have spent *yes, spent* dating.
As a female I don't look my best or well when I'm at the gym.
It's hard to work out and perspire and look attractive at the same time.
So when I have time do I go to the gym or do I spend it looking for Mr. I think we should all be born with a chip that tells us if we're destined to meet our mate.
Being single shouldn't be considered a hardship, you've just got to try and make the most of it.
Some people find it easy to fall in love, others not so much.
I think if you've looked for a while and keep striking out, or worse, can't even meet someone to date, you need to start investing in yourself. Life is too short, some meet their partner early in their lives, some meet multiple partners and can never stabilize.
And for some it takes a long time, and perhaps even never happens.We are all different and some people do better at social interactions and meeting potential people to date. Is it a skill you can learn or is it that’s just the way it is? Working with a therapist to better understand who you are and what you project is certainly a positive in the dating process. You need to develop the stomach for failures and disappointments.Intrinsic to dating is most likely a series of failures before the success of meeting “the one.” It is counterintuitive insofar as many things in life require a series of successes whereas dating is inevitably a series of encounters and relationships that failed for one reason or another preceding success. Inevitably you wonder if you will ever meet "the one" or whether someone will ever love you.There are some hard realities about dating that you can’t ignore. But what I have learned working with people in my practice and in life is this—people looking for love find love eventually.This occurs before you even go out on the date and then once you do since, as this blog implied, it's likely that you are going to kiss a lot of duds before you find Mr. I don't have an alternative to this process but I find it very irritating because there are so many wonderful ways to spend my time I hate wasting it and yet I'd like to meet someone.