I had a boyfriend in h. s. but I was pressured into that. I refused to do that again and I was single until I was 20. I just didn't meet anyone I wanted to commit my time to. I dates a man for a few months before I turned 21, and he was my first, but I refused to call him my boyfriend because was a liar. I eventually got rid of him for good.
I've had a few guys I've dated after him but still, didn't find anyone I wanted. I'm dating someone now who I think is absolutely great but he doesn't want a relationship right now. I'm getting ready to disappear on him because I don't feel like waiting for someone to be ready; that would be settling.
I just don't like anybody. Many times I'll catch someone in a lie or they're just boring and I'm over it. I like this one guy, and he says he likes me, doesn't want me to go, but I'm not waiting on anyone nor am I letting anyone use me. With this attitude I have no idea what a serious relationship is and I don't know how to be in one. Do I need to change the way I view dating?
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Patience is the answer, If you think the guy is great but doesn't want a relationship, give him that time don't just disappear. I don't know what kind of relationship you have with him, but he may have his reasons. A relationship is a commitment it isn't just perfect yellow brick road. There are bumps and holes along the way. As long as you are both willing to support each other and be willing to overcome anything, that is what will build the relationship and not running away at the first sign of flaws. No one is perfect.0
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