A common reason you might here someone say when they reject you. Do you think it really means that they don’t want a relationship with you?
- TrueVote A
- FalseVote B
- It depends (please say)Vote C
Most Helpful Girl
Depends, because when someone say I don't want a relationship now, they may really mean it due to various reasons (e. g. still suffering from heartbreak from a bad relationship in the past), i. e. it doesn't matter how great the other person may be, the answer is still no, I don't want to be with anyone.
in the other circumstance if someone says "I don't want a relationship" as meaning "yea, not with you", it's a softer way of rejection the person, rather than saying "sorry, I don't feel the same for you".2
Most Helpful Guy
That is a tricky question because I think it’s true, that many people don’t want to be in a relationship, because relationships can be taxing and distracting and require compromises which, at times, are more than you can handle due to something in your life you are trying to accomplish... so I believe people think and feel it is true.
On the other hand, I think it is also true that most of all those people would love to be in a relationship so long as they felt an emotional need to be in one, regardless of their circumstances and not all people require the same in a relationship, so their could be a perfect match that presents itself they didn’t realize was possible1