and I don't see that being a good reason to be in a relationship.. In fact those reasons are the reasons why I lost interest in seeking a relationship. Because a lot of people find it weird that I stopped..and most girls fall into that category, and the ones that don't fall in that category are not attractive, or have psychological problems.. in fact ever since I stopped, am so much more happier and relaxed.I have lost total interest in having a relationship..for some reason I used to enjoy dating, and being in a relationship..and most of the people that I see that are in relationship aren't that good..and I have also noticed some of the girls who want to be in a relationship, have reasons to be in it, some are pressured to get married, some are looking for financial reasons, some are just lonely..I was worried I was asexual for a while, but I guess when I do have romantic daydreams they’re about guys, so could it be I haven’t met my type yet?Anyway, my friend is trying to set me up with a guy who is apparently “really into me.” As far as I know, he’s intelligent, a good conversationalist, and a nice guy.
Suddenly, he gets harder and harder to get ahold of or goes dark entirely, leaving you to wonder why he lost interest.
Now, there are as many reasons why anyone might pull away from a budding, new relationship as there are stars in the sky.
However, I want to talk about one of the most common reasons why men lose interest in new relationships that previously seemed promising.
If you have a relationship/dating question I can help answer, you can send me your letters at [email protected](be sure to read these guidelines first). I’m twenty-five right and have never been on a date. I grew up in a very traditional family that kept a lot of tabs on me and my movements (I was never very rebellious anyway), and I went to an all-girls’ high school and didn’t really talk to boys at college.
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