* Too picky?
* Too shy and introverted?
* Hate the bar scene, but don't know where to meet up with someone?
I'm only 17 so I havent really started dating yet.
Just an open question: Would you guys here recommend dating only other atheists? Does dating a theistic become problematic and when should you talk about your religious views or lack of?
Thanks for the initiation Sydni ,
I would say that i am just afraid of letting girls in ; my last serious relationship was great ! after that I only had some other dates which I didn't take seriously , just to have fun and get laid : the best thing about those girls is that we agreed from the beginning to have fun and not get serious .
I don't know what's wrong with me ? maybe I don't trust girls anymore or maybe I am just afraid of long relaionships!!! I don't know ?
Maybe I couldn't move on after my last serious relationship !! oh, I didn't mention what happened there ?? She had a car accident and died !! u c !!!!!
Enjoy 'playing the field' and don't want to settle down.
Life is sooooo short to just be with someone for the rest of your life. I have found if you change yourself for someone in ways you know you really would not normally do, it is time to get out.
ALSO! Never change who you are for someone else just for their looks! It is really tacky! I get guys like that all the time.
Oh, atheist only guys.
I'm single because of a multitude of reasons, I was recently in a relationship with a girl, it was a little longer than two years, but we lived together for almost a full two years, the first week I went to college she left me for someone else, I'm still not sure why, I did everything I could for her, I guess we were just too different, but it took me awhile to recover from that, and now it is hard for me to trust someone in that way again, it happens I guess.
I recently got out of a long, miserable engagement. Infidelity and dishonesty was the hallmark of the downs. When it was good, it was good, but obviously you're either happy or you're not. I still love the guy, but he doesn't feel the same. So here I am, single again with a daughter.
I have Asperger's syndrome so I am very awkward. I didn't always get his jokes and I sometimes made facial expressions that made him assume I was angry or upset when I was far from it. I was curious, outwardly, and very blunt. I didn't lie or sugar coat things. I have difficulty with 'personal space'. Although I have certain pet peeves, I don't really believe in things like spouses not being able to look over a person's shoulder on the computer and make a comment, or that people need hidden files and folders on their computer to hide them from spouses. I believe in openness, honesty, and negotiation, and he didn't. Simple as that. He couldn't live with the Asperger's or me.