Afraid of dating Xxx teen
Most people don’t identify themselves as “afraid” of finding a relationship.
They couch their singledom in other terms so that it doesn’t sound like a cop-out.
I quickly learned that author Lauren Passell and I are kindred spirits.
Tell the truth with humor and let the chips fall where they may.
The fear of being cast as a loner has led a huge lot of us to settle for relationships and romantic entanglements that are beneath us.
We allow ourselves to be deceived by the lie that being in a crappy relationship is a lot better than just being single.
Solitude isn’t as bad as people make it out to be and there are lots of individuals who relish in some good old alone time.I repressed my desire for dating and relationships with the opposite sex, and decided that courtship was the “holier” course of action for my life. The problem with my immature mentality is that it left no room for error, and that’s how I’d been trained to think.I bought into the lie that instead of actually DEALING with my fear of failure, or my fear of making mistakes, I could just sit back and do nothing, and pray that God would magically bring me a spouse. Afraid of failure and of playing the dreaded dating game, I decided to stay in a relationship for far longer than I should have.Whether you’re afraid of heartbreak, afraid of intimacy, or afraid of compromise, you can stay single for the rest of your life, and that’s cool by me. Sharing yourself fully with another human being and building a life together.And if you let your fear make all your decisions, you’ll never see the beauty of being truly in love.