You’ll go about your merry way getting on with your life instead of feeling down and desperate to prove yourself wrong in a wrong relationship. I’m going to hazard a guess that you’re a relatively decent person – you’re not alone, other people have loved, lost, made mistakes, and not found a loving relationship…yet.
If you believe the decent ones are gone, you’re saying ‘Sod it. It’s a cop out that you’re using to legitimise the fact that you’re not prepared to get uncomfortable. I trust myself and I’m OK with acting in my own best interests even if it may hurt a little.
’, your perfect partner is going to fall out of the sky, you will be far less likely to fall into any old habits and you’ll ultimately be taking care of you. I’m over my ex and am no longer emotionally invested in them. If you are not over your ex you are unavailable and will end up passing time with people, messing them around, flip flapping in indecision, and expecting them to do the emotional work of getting you over your ex. If you date to feel better, you’ll probably feel worse after the initial high of attention.
You’ll also spend too much time comparing and contrasting and in reality, you just can’t be emotionally present.
I don’t know what’s wrong with me; I feel like a horrible and shallow person by saying this but I am not attracted to his body type.