Love is odd

I’m not looking for love, but I happen to wonder what is love’s higher plan. Most of people I know or know of already have found someone they fell in love with. The longer I think about it the more I think I’ve never been in love.

It seems I was only fascinated by them. After we broke up or stopped talking after few days I was ok. I think I was only used to their presence and when they left I just needed to get used to not talking to them anymore.

It made me wonder about what love is planning for each of us. Why all of my friends already found their second half? Why most of people I know already have families? My best friend is already in stable relation, my high school friend recently got engaged and my ex best friend I wrote before on the blog already is married.

I had some boyfriends or crushes I had feelings for, but none of them made me feel like in heaven. There was always something missing between us. Some guys claim they like me a lot and would like me to be their girlfriend. I like some and I’m attracted to them, but I don’t have such deep feelings for any of them that I would like to spend the rest of my life with them.

Am I supposed to be single and ready to mingle forever? Am I too picky? Do I look for something impossible to get? Or maybe my prince charming isn’t ready for me yet?

I hope my second half is somewhere there and will be super duper the best and the hottest man I’ve ever met.

xoxo

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One thought on “Love is odd

  1. You could try to look at it the way I do (I know that men aren’t supposed to have this issue, ‘cause of the whole manly-man, alpha-male role, gonna go punch a tree in a display of manliness and blah, blah, blah), but I think if you’ve been in a bunch of relationships that range from fun to semi-serious (as I have), but there’s no definitive feeling of love – maybe, subconsciously, you know it’s not the right one. So, we have to just keep looking, try to keep our heads held high and eventually maybe eventually reevaluate ourselves, and figure out if our standards are too high. . .or maybe we’re just nuts!

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