Dating with my love
I had tons of friends, so much work to do, and I was super happy and busy. At times I thought I was weird because I didn't want to date, and my friends always gave me sh*t about it, but it was just not something I wanted at the time.— Erica*, 27 As you can see, everyone has a different approach to dating, we all have our hurdles to leap over emotionally and mentally and that makes us not strange or unlovable, but human.
And hopefully after reading this, you'll realize your experiences are totally normal and you're not alone, you delightful weirdo.
In my early 20s, I wanted a boyfriend because I wanted companionship.
I thought hand-holding was much more intimate than sex, I wanted someone to talk to, and wake up next to.
Not only is this scenario utterly avoidable in the beginning, but it's a sure-fire recipe for the worst kind of break-up. You've discovered his interests, and you want the same fundamental things. Now you can move toward a relationship knowing you've done your due diligence. I had literally no interest in dating all through college and my early 20s.Not that I was anti-dating or a man hater, I just literally didn't care about it.They were all in 'real' relationships and I felt way behind.After a breakup in college, I was happy to be single but then it went on and on and on until I realized I hadn't had sex in, like, almost a year.