Boyfriend wants from relationship to dating

12-Mar-2020 02:38

After a while, dating became a game of who can play who first and "Netflix and chill" became an appropriate conversation starter to get a person to sleep with you.

Dating became so lost within society that boys now have an illogical sense as to what it actually means.

After a few months of casually seeing and talking to each other, the girl wants more. Well call her crazy but possibly because she's a human being and doing "relationship-like" things with her will make her want to be, yup you guessed it, in an actual relationship."I'm just going with the flow and takin' it day by day. I'm just looking to hang out (code word for have sex), talk and just enjoy each others company"NEWSFLASH to all boys, this is what people call dating.

You don't want a relationship but you want the benefits of a relationship, texting all the time, snap-chatting all the time, watching movies together, grabbing food and drinks together and the biggest perk of all having sex.

" You'd play your hardest and be committed to the game.

You probably already aware that in order to appreciate anything fully in life, you have to be committed, the same goes with relationships.

And despite popular belief, being in a relationship actually has more benefits than being single.

If boys just want a steady hook-up, they should probably realize that men who are in relationships not only have more sex, but better sex. Feelings create not only someone who cares about you, but cares about pleasuring you.

And don't do relationship-like things with a person if you don't want a relationship.

Being selfish and single in your 20's is crucial and believe it or not, many women crave exactly the same freedom.

The only thing is, you're going to meet a lot of amazing people along the way- people who are (to quote Taylor Swift) happy, free confused and lonely at the same time.

These are the boys who I refer to as the "peter-pans". If you are genuinely interested in someone, why would you want to miss the chance to pursue that happiness? You would practice your hardest and play your heart out to try and make it to the championship game.

When you got there would you play your hardest to try and win the game or just say "I made it this far and that's good enough?

And don't do relationship-like things with a person if you don't want a relationship.Being selfish and single in your 20's is crucial and believe it or not, many women crave exactly the same freedom.The only thing is, you're going to meet a lot of amazing people along the way- people who are (to quote Taylor Swift) happy, free confused and lonely at the same time.These are the boys who I refer to as the "peter-pans". If you are genuinely interested in someone, why would you want to miss the chance to pursue that happiness? You would practice your hardest and play your heart out to try and make it to the championship game.When you got there would you play your hardest to try and win the game or just say "I made it this far and that's good enough?By no means is anyone trying to convince you to be with someone who you really do not care about, and for the sanity of both people included, my advice would be to stay clear of dating her.