Either you label it too early or you label it too late. The strange thing these days is how people don’t even think twice about why they’re sleeping with someone.The best way to go about this in the past is to ask and get a sensible answer. Society has established a timeframe for every possible relationship issue, and you have no idea when you’re supposed to go out with a person anymore. The most common and unacceptable reasons are: insecurity, pity, revenge, pressure from society, and pressure from relationships. There’s a reason why it’s illegal, but some of you do it all the time.Fortunately, a lot of women are aware of this now and know how to neg these guys away from their immediate vicinity.[Read: 10 sneaky techniques guys use to get in your pants] #13 The “plenty of fish” mentality.No one had to wait if it’s the right time to ask where things are going, and no one gets mad when they don’t get the answer they want. Why do you think your browser history’s full of your crush’s name?They pursue relentlessly until they are inexplicably rejected. Whatever happened to a clear and direct path to commitment? Not only that, but some of you have even gone past the point of online stalking to attending the same parties or shopping at the same store as the people you like just to “bump” into them.Using the friendship card allows you to date other people while keeping that one person pining for you, just in case none of your other prospects pan out.
This is when you insult or degrade a woman, so that she will subconsciously seek your approval.
No one knew if you were dating, unless you explicitly told them.
You couldn’t monitor each other’s lives, while slowly nitpicking each other’s profiles until there’s nothing left but a text saying, “See you around.” There were downsides to old school dating, like gender inequality, double standards, and the like, but with everything that’s going on with dating these days, it’s starting to look like the better option. I’m proud of the advances we’ve made in terms of equality and fairness among genders, but you have to admit that people cared more about other people’s feelings back then than they do now.
That’s why one can’t help wonder how this generation can develop social interactions between communities that are thriving, but also manage to screw up intimate relationships with their peers? With these dating trends running rampant across all age groups, genders, and communities, it’s a wonder how some people still manage to find their happily ever after. This is probably the biggest reason why most people end up single these days.
They would rather keep people at a distance than risk being the one to make the first move.