Why dating is wrong
I always walked away feeling the weight of all the raw edges inside my body; wounds he’d cut open months before, aching and not yet healed.I let the pain sit inside me for a night, and then I’d try to block out all feeling the next morning.I was numb to new prospects, and unsure what I was looking for.For me, dating has always been about building a long-term connection—one that I had never been able sustain.If your partner does that to you as and when they like, it means they don’t respect you. Time to rethink that relationship because you may be dating the wrong person. It doesn’t matter if you have hard proof that they’re lying or not. When you think of your partner, you automatically feel angry and upset. But I think that, whoever in the relationship has gone to the extent of being physical, then you’re absolutely not with the right person.
Honestly, if somebody doesn’t know the importance of keeping a promise, that person isn’t even worthy to be your friend. You’re dating the wrong person if you’re not even happy yourself. Their third-party perspective provides insights you cannot ever see clearly. You know best for sure since you’re the one in the relationship. It’s like you were happily doing your own thing and then all that happiness disappears immediately because they start to find some problem with whatever. Ever find yourself jumping for joy when they have to be somewhere else and you’re like, “Yes!
That would be my last date before a self-imposed dating sabbatical. I had been like that for months, emotionally battered after my last relationship and closed off to connection.
Looking back one year later, my brain has blotted out much of the months I spent with my ex.
But you mostly stuck to it because you were in love, or so you told yourself. It was done out of irritation, frustration, anger and dare I say, pure hate.
A girlfriend once told me to fuck off after I asked a simple question.