Not interested in dating anymore
I still dated while fielding the occasional questions from my peers and elders about why I had to yet to find love.
They were curious about what I desired in a romantic partner.
As harsh as the above may sound, rejecting people and showing them how you truly feel is a far better approach at dealing with an unwanted love interest than giving them a sliver of hope that something could happen and ignoring the reality of the situation.
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Too many flaky girls have ruined it for me I guess.
Like earlier this month this girl left me high and dry when I was setting up a date with her, then 3 weeks later she messages me saying hey!
I just wanted to get to know her to see if we were a match, but my peers saw her as a competition that ultimately turned me off.
Maybe it's just online dating that's my problem and I rarely go out in public to approach girls, although I used to make it a goal to approach one girl a day and I did for the most part, but I don't know for some reason I'm just not feeling it much anymore.
When I first turned 30, I knew I was entering a decade of high expectations.
Sure, I knew it was a milestone age, and I had accomplished most of what I set out to do — except find love.
Calling it "dating" is rather insulting to the once coveted -- and now seemingly archaic -- practice. We search for a happily-ever-after, but are afraid of actually finding it.33. For More Of His Thoughts And Ramblings, Follow Paul Hudson On Twitter And Facebook.
You may not realize how awful our dating culture has become, but that’s only because you’re a part of it -- and your vantage point doesn’t allow for a wholesome view. We can’t make up our minds as to what we want -- we both want and don’t want a relationship.2. Dating leads to marriage, and marriage leads to kids.