Stalking or Living?
In life we are taught that there is the one you will spend the rest of your life with. The One you are supposed to marry, the one you are supposed to have children with. Dating’s intentions are just a mission to find the one.
I started wondering why we are all so determined to find the end to our life? Are we not supposed to enjoy life as it comes? See when dating you must have something to interest a partner other than pure sexual attraction (Lesson of the week: sexual attraction will only take to so far than your personality does the rest). If you are so busy looking for “the one” when they come alone you just might not have anything to offer beside they quest of finding them. Which in a way seems like emotional stalking. Dating is never a waste but its like medication; you must only take it in small dosage because you can become addicted and ruin your life.
Don’t be afraid your life will end; be afraid that it will never begin.- Grace Hansen
Need Sometime To Waste Time.
Earlier this week someone was telling me about how they were asked if the person they were dating was the one. They told me that they knew that person wasn’t, which sparked a idea. It is something I have thought about a lot.
I told this person dating is like school you must learn so many lessons before you graduate. Every person that has made an impact in my life has been a lesson in the end. Without knowing it we take those lessons and apply them to future relationships. Some people see dating people who you know are not the one is wasted time, I see it as time well spent.
How well do you think you most relationship would have been handled if you had not learn things from others? With all honesty, I think my most recent relationships would have been a complete train wreak; as would I, in general, as a person. Thank your ex’s even if you don’t speak to them because if it wasn’t for them you wouldn’t have learned how to handle certain situations.
The years teach much which the days never knew. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson