The difficulty here is that you are sabotaging your own happiness because you keep people from rejecting you, by rejecting them first.
It’s all about communication when you decide to be in a committed partnership. It’s not just a given that you will automatically become a married couple. Some people are happy living together without the formalities of a wedding and all that goes with that. The important thing in any relationship is not to assume anything.
Today on Dear Sybersue I discuss this popular question: How Do We Maintain the Love in Our Marriage As We Get Older? ❤️ It is
You signed up to be in a relationship with your partner so it is the responsibility for both of you to maintain and nurture the love you share together. If you don’t check out emotionally, or let things bubble up and fester, you will be surprised at how easily you can resolve any argument that arises in your relationship.
That is the beauty of the Millennium, everything is acceptable today, and we can all choose to live the life we want to live. That doesn’t mean there won’t be judgments made, but you do have the choice not to give energy to people who vocalize their negative opinions or who continually try to change your mindset.
If you are on the same page within your partnership, then go for it! If you have both openly expressed your love and what you want in your future, then you know where you stand with each other as a couple. Times are changing, and we are continually evolving as men and women, finally leaving some gender traditions behind. If you truly want something, make it happen. Don’t wait for others to make things transpire if it is really important to you.