Bad dating relationship

24 Apr

What matters most in these situations is that both parties are fully aware of the odds that are seemingly stacked against them, and are still willing to take the risk involved in forming a relationship.It’s hard to say which sex is more risk averse in these situations, but either way, it’s a bad strategy – waiting for the stars to be perfectly aligned before deciding to pursue a relationship. Right potential, who is willing to work with me around those pesky things that can get in the way of creating a relationship, you won’t hear me saying “wrong timing”. We’ve all heard this being pinned as the reason why a relationship didn’t work or couldn’t get off the ground.And even after we break up, it's often hard to recognize that we couldn't make things work just because the people involved weren't on the same page; it often feels easier to blame outside forces (school, work), or your former partner.

A lot of the time, the fact that you were a bad match only becomes clear long after you've split up, when you're trying to puzzle out what happened.

” Four years ago, the answer to both of these questions would have been “uuuhh hell no”.

It’s hard to say which sex is more risk averse in these situations, but either way, it’s a bad strategy – waiting for the stars to be perfectly aligned before deciding to pursue a relationship. Right potential, who is willing to work with me around those pesky things that can get in the way of creating a relationship, you won’t hear me saying “wrong timing”.

Or maybe you were still in the process of learning about yourself and weren't even sure what the right relationship for you would be like.

No matter who you are or what you're like, it's pretty easy to find yourself stuck in a relationship that isn't awful, but isn't really working, either.