I've found that I never seem as interested in the guys I've been with as they have been with me, but I still enjoy being with them and spending time with them for a certain period. After that time, I feel almost hopeless and kind of stuck. They still seem to be in that honeymoon phase still, but I feel like I need more from my life and don't feel as happy as I once was.
I am the kind of person that puts a lot into a relationship early on, even though I've tried to stop myself from doing that, so the feeling also kinda fades fast. I feel like I won't ever be able to settle down someday, get married, and be happy for a long time, especially when I've had these experiences with relationships.
I really love the person I'm with now as a person, and have enjoyed my time with them, but I definitely feel like their feelings exceed mine in a way.
I feel as if I'm reaching that point again, even though we've only been together about 6 months. I feel like I'm getting hopeless again, even though I like them, we don't have a lot of issues, and he feels things are going well. Is this enough reason to break up with someone? Is there something I'm doing wrong?
I feel like I depend a lot on a significant other when I don't have a lot of friends to constantly spend time with, so I spend a lot of time with them. Then after that point, I get almost tired of them even if I still like them.
Is this my main issue? Can this be fixed or do I break up because it's unfair to my significant other if I'm not as committed as them? I don't seem to know what's wrong with me.
Have any other men or women felt this way about relationships? Would you think it's worth to work out with one person instead of just leaving every time I feel this way?