Since him, I’ve felt a little uneasy, since that breakup coincided with the death of my grandmother and the weddings/engagements of three of my cousins.
(Life has a way of shitting on you all at once, doesn’t it?
Biting remarks and snappy comebacks are just the witty repartee to keep the spark between you in your relationship.
He wants to know that you'll support him and stand by him in his life choices, whether it's changing careers or moving to a new city.
But I also was wasting my time with a lot of people who weren’t looking for what I was trying to find: a real connection that could grow.I wanted a partner who was compassionate, intelligent, had a close relationship with his family, who liked to cuddle, and who wouldn’t roll his eyes when I wanted to veg on the couch for a 5-hour-long As many people know, high expectations tend to beget huge disappointments.So after a few months, I readjusted my “type.” When prince charming still wasn’t showing up, I tried to be a little more flexible and free with my requirements.So about a year ago, I decided that I would only pursue dates with men who were looking for a relationship. So I was left with guys who were genuinely interested in finding a partner and settling down — right? Because, as I’ve written before, saying you want a relationship and actually being in a relationship are actually two completely different things.I’d meet men who probably wanted a relationship, but who didn’t want one with me.