on Sep 25, 2016 @ 07:40 pm|
I don't know if anyone else feels the same way. I have been married and separated for a few years now and have dated a few men, but I have found they all have problems. Lots of these men have a few wives that they are still having problems with, some are alcoholics and lots of them have anger problems. I am now content to be alone rather then deal with there problems. In the last year I have been on vacation alone twice. I went to Costa Rico and Panama alone and loved it.
|your doing great! on Sep 25, 2016 @ 08:41 pm|
well you seem to be doing good.if you reached the point where your comfortable with yourself then just dont look for a relashionship.it will eventually happen.i find bars and clubs are aweful for meeting people.join coed groups,volunteer work,social functions are great ways to meet someone.take up dancing (mabe ballroom),coed zumba or again just do nothing and nature will take its course.you will probally meet someone when least expected.your smart to stay clear of the type of men youve described.i find the older you get the less chances,men or women dont come with baggage.im not saying rule out these type of men as long as their baggage is neat and tidy and not a mess.
|. on Sep 25, 2016 @ 08:42 pm|
I honestly think it's a good thing to be on your own, so you can learn more about yourself and devote the necessary time to heal any emotional issues you may be carrying around with you. It's easy to get caught up in relationships where you become too dependent on another person, or where you get too run down with their baggage and don't look after yourself. Taking some time off from dating and relationships can give you time to explore what it means to be in a healthy relationship with yourself, first and foremost.
|.... on Sep 26, 2016 @ 12:19 pm|
Never give up; someone special could come into your life when you least expect it.There's lots of good guys around without excess baggage to drag them down and you with them. Then again, one can also be happy doing and experiencing things alone every now and then.Lots of people are quite happy alone and enjoy their lives.
|. on Sep 26, 2016 @ 01:59 pm|
Love it, good vibes. I think you really have to search/wait for a person who's personality and behaviours are as similar to your own. Mismatched couples never work out... then you see others that just click. Never settle for less.
|Relationships on Sep 27, 2016 @ 03:54 am|
There is nothing wrong with being comfortable with yourself! I found that when I was young, I was always in a relationship but as I get older, I'm much wiser to how much is invested on many levels. Personally, I chose to focus on my kids, furthering my education and career which gave me a much better return! I love that you are travelling and enjoying life on your terms!
|:) on Sep 27, 2016 @ 10:09 am|
I've been on my own for about 6 years now, it gets a bit lonely at times. But...I'm really good at "me time"
|Newlywed on Sep 29, 2016 @ 11:24 am|
I'm a newlywed so my opinion may be jaded, but I've NEVER reached that point in my life in which I was tired of relationships. Men just never impressed me or tempted me enough to care too much whether one was around or not, lol. (Relationships with men, anyway; I went through a phase in which I didn't trust females and didn't want to be around them.)
It sounds like you're doing awesome, but one last thing I suggest you do is to not even focus on it. Don't let the concept or idea of relationships affect you so much that you're "tired" of them. It's a mental game for you at this point.
I'm not going to give you the "you'll find someone some day" speech because that conflicts with what I just said. No need to even be bothered by being alone. being alone is nice. So relaxing and no one to answer to but yourself.
|Me right here on Sep 29, 2016 @ 11:53 am|
I know the feeling. Same here after leaving my son father and dated a few times and all the losers I came across I started to feel the same way. I still talk to guys but none has caught my attention in 3 years. I fell in love with the idea of just me and my son and ever summer the 2 of us just travel. I'm already planning our next trip.
|:) on Sep 29, 2016 @ 01:02 pm|
I feel the same way. I have come to the point where I don't want to think about if there's such thing as the "right guy." I'm working on putting all my energy into building up myself. I've realized that I'm strong and independent, and I don't want to lose those qualities. I've met men who just seem to be unavailable and like you said I was "tired" of meeting those types of guys. Don't get me wrong, I've been going out here and there when I can afford to and being open to meeting people. It hasn't worked out in my favour, but I haven't completely given up. I'm still hoping that I will meet someone wonderful, but at the same thing I'm not letting myself hold me back. I think it's great that you doing the me time, and your comfortable being able to go things independently. Not a lot of women could do that. Good Job and keep it up.
|Relationships on Sep 29, 2016 @ 01:11 pm|
I can relate to all of you lovely ladies..
I have traveled to Jamaica by myself after a break up on my 40th bday. I must admit it was really nice to clear my head and figure out what direction I wanted to go in . Been on few dates but nothing for me to get all excited about. But I am hopefully I will meet someone who I can connect with