Am I just wasting my time?
This is a question many singles ask themselves when they’re trying to make a decision in dating. Sometimes being interested in someone who isn’t showing the same investment feels like a waste in and of itself.
When you consider going on a date, sending a text or even saying ‘hello’ to a cute stranger you can’t help but wonder, should I? Or would it be a waste of time?
The right relationship will find you, once you create the right circumstances to invite it into your life.
Whether you believe this or not, the alternative isn’t very helpful. Like most single people you’re probably blocking the very thing that you say you want, when it comes to dating. You’re probably afraid. A healthy relationship is out of your comfort zone for the mere fact that you’ve probably never had one.
If you haven’t had healthy relationships in the past then attracting one might seem difficult but there’s a way! Even that elusive relationship that you’ve been dreaming about your entire life is possible once you’re ready to have it.
When someone you’re dating tells you they’ve cheated on a former love you get the sinking feeling that you could find yourself a victim of their infidelity as well. Can former cheaters be reformed? In this post, by Janis Boswell, she’ll share her advice for dealing with a past cheater.
What To Do When You Discover You’re Dating Someone With An Adulterous Past?
In a relationship, both parties bring their own set of baggage because let’s face it, no one has an immaculate dating past. But when you discover that your partner has a history of cheating, whether it’s just one time or multiple times, it’s definitely a tough pill to swallow.
Being single is a direct result of how much you know about getting into a relationship.
Single men and women make the assumption that they are single because they haven’t met the right person but that’s not the entire truth.
Most likely you’re single because you don’t know how not to be. You don’t know how to get into a relationship.
The way we think about relationships is skewed. We attribute finding love to luck but it isn’t.