The single dating life
Being celibate creates a void that you can choose whether or not you pay attention to, but be warned the void is there.
The longer you go without intimate physical contact, the more likely you are to have negative feelings associated with your independency.
Sometimes it can be hard to even realize this is the type of relationship you are in.
You all know this exchange as ‘friends with benefits’ or casually dating.
For this type of encounter there cannot be any emotions involved, and the only surefire way to avoid these dreaded emotions during sex is to pick a partner that you don’t know. While this option seems like a quick and easy fix to a complicated problem, the ramifications of turning this fantasy into reality are not as appealing.
Before making the dive into unadulterated anonymous fun, the strategy seems perfect. Unfortunately, when you realize that your one-time partner wants you to get out as much as you planned to disappear mysteriously into the shadows, your fantasy crumbles and reality crashes in.
One of the top reasons it is so difficult to live the single life as a female is having to decide when, and with whom, to have sex.
By focusing only on yourself, you open the door for males entering your life in a purposeful and beneficial way.
You can rest assured that when a guy pays attention to you, and when you pay attention to him, the purpose runs deeper than quenching his sexual desires.
However, it is immediately complicated by the fact that these men usually are not looking for anything more than a good time and good sex, sans commitment. Best-case scenario, he takes you out and you can appropriately define the relationship as casual dating.
Regardless of his approach, he makes his end goal poignantly clear: sex.
As with casual sex, you are left feeling unsatisfied and intensely craving something you don’t have.