Dating only one person your whole life

It was a sign, to me, that maybe I wanted to give myself a little more time to grow up before putting myself in that position again.

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Everything doesn't have to happen for me in the next five years, or even the next fifteen. A lesson I've learned in the murky field of dating in my twenties: if you're not attracted to someone on the first date, you are probably not going to change your mind. For both of your sakes, just drop it before it gets messy.

If I join a club or take up a new hobby, I'm going to do it for me, and only me. This is a sweet thought, so I can't really be mad at anyone who says this, but the thing is, I'm not worried.

Having some sort of weird dating agenda would just suck all the fun out of it. I think we all have plenty of people in the world that we would be happy with.

It's not like a "thing"; I'm not out on some crusade to be single.

It just happens that I'm not dating, and I'm not especially going out of my way to change that.

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