My longest relationship has been two months. My shortest two days. I always break up with him, and never have been dumped. I was played out by this guy who I was talking to, it didn't work out. That was four years ago. Even before him I never liked getting serious. I don't like the idea of a long term relationship or being with them forever. That's so lame to me. There are way many different type of personalities out there? Why pick one and stay with them forever. Married couples cheat all the time. The whole commitment they promised is a lie. People get married to not be alone. I can care less. I get male attention all the time. Maybe that's why. I'm really use to being worshiped by men who are NOT even my boyfriends. I don't want to cheat on a man, so after I get bored I end it. I don't know this whole thing is complicated. Anyone else like this
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Just because you don't want a "serious" relationship doesn't make you a less sincere or serious person. What defines that is whether or not you are honest with your intentions. As long as you are not making empty promises or intentionally misleads other people I see no wrong in this.
Just because it doesn't last forever doesn't mean that it's without value. A relationship that lasts a week can be more profound and valuable than one that lasts a lifetime. It's not time that defines value, it's the experience. And it's also okay to end a relationship when you feel that spark or whatever you are looking for is gone. You don't have to wait until something horrible and unforgivable happens. It's okay to part as friends before that happens and continue life's journey alone or with someone else.
It's possible to have high moral standards without wanting a "serious" relationship.1