One of reasons I choose to be single + other random thoughts. I’m not miserable, I am actually genuinely content even knowing the fact that I’ve never had a relationship with anybody before. Just cause I’ve never been in a relationship before doesn’t mean I don’t know a thing or two about how it works. As I observe from the sidelines..my faith in this ‘genuine love’ is wearing thin. I’m not going to go into detail on how I feel like relationships only cause unnecessary drama or how I just haven’t met the right person in my life yet. It’s just..I’ve given up on seeing the good in people when it comes to dating and relationships. Guys can’t seem to get their mind off their sexual desires and act stupid, cheat, and cause heartache. Don’t get me wrong, girls can do the exact same things and cause just as much damage but since guys are known to be more “visual creatures” than us gals, it’s harder for them to keep their hands to themselves sometimes. It takes a lot of will power and being fully aware of situation, yes.
It just seems through my personal experience as I observe from the sidelines that one person within a relationship is always going to end up cheating or falling for somebody else even when they have their dear person smack right in front of them. If you are happy with their partner then there shouldn’t be a reason for somebody to cheat right?
Anyways, maybe I’m just not interested in the dating scene. I like things to happen naturally and just go with it instead of forcing it upon myself. At this point in my life I’m not in much of a hurry, I mean it would be really nice to have a companion by my side, someone to hang with all the time, cuddle with, feel happy around but not now. If it comes it comes.. honestly when it does, I hope I do the right thing and will know what to do.
I always wonder why divorce rates are so high. I can totally understand why so many more people are choosing to live single and never choose to get married or have kids. The 21st century is really different. People are moving with the wind, we are losing so much time to our jobs, school, corporations and stress that we lose insight on the beauty of living. I just don’t understand it anymore..
Is our world doomed to the consumption of the world itself?
P.S: I’m sorry if this entry is jumbled up with disorganized thinking. If you don’t understand a thing I said just forget I even mentioned it. This is just for me.
I hate it when guys say that they are “nice guys” and start complaining how all the gals reject them like crazy. First of all, maybe the reason that the girls out there reject you is because you aren’t a “nice guy” to be begin with. Just cause you think that you may be the sweetest most charming guy who would selflessly contribute to the relationship doesn’t mean you are in fact this guy. Secondly, maybe the reason is that we see through your bullshit. You aren’t genuine, you only take what you see from romantic fantasy chick-flick movies. Try being your true self for once instead of playing the “nice card” cause the thing is that many of us actually see through all that crap. Third, maybe the reason is that you pull the same kind of things on all the other girls. Tell me now, how can you even say this person is your “one and only” when you treat her the same way you treat everybody else? How is she supposed to tell that she is special to you? Lastly, actions always speak louder than words. Labelling yourself as a “nice guy” doesn’t mean shit if you can’t even show it.
P.S: I think this also applies to those who categorize themselves as “nice girls”
“Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.”—