No not really. Having someone to just talk to with the comfort of knowing they’re there for you is an amazing feeling. Plus it makes time go by a lot faster (which for me, is a good thing). Just something about that solidified and reassuring presence from your partner brings a lot more happiness and motivation, at least for me it does.
i've gone out with a few people and honestly i've learned relationships (at least at the moment) just aren't for me. i prefer being free and on my own like 99% of the time. things could change but as of now eehhhhhh. kinda overrated if you ask me.
I think you forgot about aromantic people who don't want a romantic relationship. They are happy being alone. Some people also prefer to stay single and maybe they aren't always happy, but being in a relationship doesn't mean you'll always be happy either. You'll find the right person when the time is right. Tbh, it'll happen when you least expect it to. C:
Nah I love having someone to share my life with. It makes things a lot easier too like travelling and just life in general. If he died and I was alone I’d miss him forever and probably buy at least 10 cats.
It's easier because I have someone to vent to, love, get support from (emotionally), spend my time with, go on vacations with, and just generally enjoy spending time with. He's honestly the best thing that's ever happened to me and I'm so happy we found each other.
No, not weird. I'm almost near 30 and I haven't had sex. I might not ever. I'm not even sure if I want to or not and even if I decided that I wanted to... I'd have to find someone to have sex with. Too much of a hassle.
It's the stupid double standard. I would ignore it, and you aren't worthless. Men can be "sluts" as well in my opinion and I wouldn't want someone who has lots of sex. At least you still have a high sperm count and that is very valuable. There are men the same age as you who already have erectile dysfunction. If I was a man, I'd be very picky. Even if I had to wait until I'm in my 30s, because some of these people out here are disgusting with no morals.
Nope a lot of people can't tell if you're a virgin by just looking at you and don't tell them either. That's your business. A lot of jerks will say they're a virgin to get in a girl's pants anyways. If someone asks you how many girls you've been with, just say, "That's my business. I have morals, so body count shouldn't matter. I won't judge you, so don't judge me."
Nah, she's an amazing person and she brings a lot of joy to my life. She's really fun to be around. Sadly, she lives overseas and it's gonna a few years until I'm able to go on a trip to meet her, but I can't wait to do so.
Some advice about getting into a relationship I could give is to start out as friends. Getting into a relationship just cause you want one never really ends well.
Trust your gut feeling and don't ignore red flags. This might seem like an obvious one but I've seen too many people stay in a miserable relationship that had some red flags in the beginning that they choose to ignore or brush off.
If you ever get into an online relationship, try to video chat with the person or have them take a picture of themselves holding their username on a piece of paper or something. A lot of people end up catfished when they get into online relationships so it's best to verify if the person is even real.
I'm glad you're happy in your relationship with your gf and I hope you'll be able to see her soon. Thanks for the advice and I've been in online relationships before, but it was always one-sided so it wasn't really a relationship. I've never started out as friends with anyone, because if I see them as just a friend, I wouldn't be interested in dating them at all. If I think someone is cute, I don't wanna be friends. It kind of sucks, because I really don't know how to even date lol.
I had been in a couple of relationships and as soo as It was starting...I actually wanted it to end. It's just not for me honestly. I don't like the feeling of being own by another person, the fact that I'm not free anymore. I'm asexual aromantic so also maybe that's why.
I doubt that My former BFF's a liar and I never heard about him since. That made me distrust on making another potential friend I never had a long term relationship right now because I had a selective mutism