2mo Hey guys! Wow im glad that all of you answered this. But What I meant by "complete" is just that: does being with someone else bring the absolute best out of you vs when ur single? in both situations ur confident and love urself but does having another person push u to ur max limits? Show u other sides of urself u never saw before? Or no difference really?
No and yes. I didn't feel incomplete before but being with my partner has opened up new sides of myself that I didn't know we're there and I feel like an even better, truer version of myself than I was before he became part of my life. My focus has also shifted in that I no longer think about most things from an individual mindset - it's all about the "we", not "me", if that makes any sense.
Absolutely NOT, you either are already a secure, confident and happy person on the inside and that you don't "need" somebody else to "complete" you and constantly give you approval and desire to make you feel you are "complete", "worthy", "happy", etc. That whole somebody else "completes" you whether that they should, could or would "complete" you is another big lie and myth if anything.
When people that are very unhappy on the inside for whatever reason get into relationships it will eventually affect the outcome of their relationships, and it could make things much worse when the split or breakup happens.
I don't feel more 'complete', as beforehand, I didn't feel like a specific part of me was lacking. However, I do feel like being with someone allows me to grow in ways that I'd never have the confidence to have done so before.
You have to already be complete and whole person to succeed in a relationship with another person. Otherwise you will not be satisfied and will continue to keep searching by having more partners instead of being satisfied with one. You want to share your happiness, not make that person your happiness. I always say this, if your miserable single, your going to be miserable in your relationship. If you were miserable before you got married, your going to be just as miserable after marriage.
I still can live my life the way I did when I was single. I'm not a party girl or anything, but I don't have to ask my man if I can go someplace to have a moment for myself. My life feels complete now that I am with my man, and I feel more at peace than when I was single.
I love being In a committed relationship with lots of sex , lots of cuddles , someone I can talk to , go on adventures with , get massages , kisses , cute text messages... Just having your other half 💕😍
You cannot be completed by being in a relationship, as you are a whole person yourself. Yes, having a partner can add to you, but it cannot make you whole. A relationship is 2 whole people, not two halves of a person.
I avoid relationships. I watch other girls get their hearts broken. It is either their boyfriend is cheating on them, or he is just not interested in them anymore. That is just part of my biggest fear in having a relationship. It will probably be a lot of work, too. I would have to try and keep the guy interested in me, and try to make sure he doesn't fall for another girl. I don't have time for that. I am happy without a relationship. It doesn't need to complete me. Good luck to the guy who is going to try and change my mind in the future... lol 😂
No, no difference. I am happy with myself and don't define myself around my partner (if I had one). I was in a long term relationship a few times, but I was already stable and successful. If I find a great guy and am in a long term relationship, then that would be great. If not, it's ok as well.
I've never been in a 'serious' relationship but you shouldn't have to depend on someone else to make you feel 'complete'. With that comes insecurities, low self-esteem, and clinginess. I may not have experienced the 'relationship life' but I've seen enough from the environment around me and the friends I've had and still have currently to say this. Or maybe that's just me who thinks this?
Nope. I tried to kill myself while being in the best relationship I've ever had lol so...
I do not feel more "complete" as a person. Relationships have there advantages, but right now I'm single and I do not dislike being single nor do I miss my disastrous relationships. I do feel less lonely in a relationship; its nice having the attention and interest of another person you feel attracted too. I feel like I'm already who I am and my partner is already who they are. We're not there to try and change each others personality, or should we? I think we should already be two complete people that come together to make something spectacular.
No. In fact, I feel more confident when I am single.
Complete and ready For the future and my goals although when im single i still work towards goals etc its just quieter and lonely and there's a constant need for my other half
When you're in a healthy state of mind, yeah it's a feeling of completion; when you've got two people with major anxiety and issues with fear of abandonment it's a living hell but it's not really a hell you want to leave.
Ideally in a mature and healthy relationship, they should find more of themselves in the other person. Having an "eros" connection with someone changes how a relationship works. It helps the connection to grow deeper and more mature. So in a way, being in a relationship, completes a person, but not in the sense that one needs the other person to be happy. It more helps someone to magnify their better qualities and develop their weaker points.
I've been single my whole life which has probably made me a much more independent and capable person at looking after myself rather than needing someone than many who have been in relationships for most of their adult lives. However, I'm soon to be in a relationship with a girl we both feel strongly towards each other. It's an amazing feeling having someone that cares about you and can help you out. Just makes you feel really happy being in that situation. So I think it goes both ways.
i feel more confident only because i don't give a fuck what other girls think of me just like i usually feel about guys, but i don't feel more complete, it's important to feel complete while you're alone.
I have not been in a relationship in a long time. I would say that I enjoy being in a relationship (when I am in one) when things are going well, but I would not say that it makes me more "complete". When things are not going well in a relationship, I don't really have much incentive to "work things out" as I am fairly happy being alone. That leaves out drama. LOL...