When you are in your early 20's, it seems so much easier to concede to the idea of finding the love of your life in a much smoother way... Like probably bumping into them at the mall & have a happy ever after... right?
The longer I live the harder the posibility of that happening seems.
I can't imagine having to find that One person I'd supposedly spend the rest of my life with in a crowd of 7 billion people. If I'm being fair, I seem to have a very poor judgement when it comes to romantic ralationships, I can no longet trust myself with my choices.
Every single lead I get somewhat seems to end up as a disappointment. If I'm being honest, I sometimes feel like I have come to some sort of acceptance that I may not have that kind of life.
Would be so bad though?
To live in solitude? I certainly seem to enjoy being alone or perhaps I have just forgotten to be around people. Whatever the case, I am trying to remain as open as I possibly can to the idea of finding my perfect fit on time if I am ever going to have a family of my own.
Talking of Family... Is marriage overrated?
It seems pretty bizzare having to spend the rest of your life with a single person, perhaps it maybe the phrase and thank God they don't mean it literally, but doesn't it get boring and/or overwhelming?
Sometimes I want it, Sometimes I don't. Even I can't seem to make up my mind about it.
What do you think?