We aren’t talking about political stuff like a woman’s salary compared to a man’s or anything like that.We are talking about in relationships and in the home.So, where do you turn when you've gotten the same generic advice over and over, and you're just a single girl who's over it all?
Then he sits down to watch TV and she casually mentions something else.
He finally gets an hour or two to relax on the couch. Every once in awhile she will be so kind as to let you have sex with her and then make you wait another month before you can do it again. Well as more guys post on different blogs and message boards about how rough married life is more guys will continue to stay single or find better options.
Is it just us, or do most of the dating advice articles, podcasts and inspirational Instagram accounts just seem so generic after a while?
We've become tired of phrases such as, “Once you find true happiness within yourself, you will find love,” “What doesn't kill you makes you stronger” and “What's truly meant to be, will be.” (The list could go on forever.)Sure, sometimes, we aren't “over” a guy.
While this might seem like another advice-filled page we're currently ripping, we felt the need to share how we are going to fix our hatred toward romance. Well, for starters, we aren't going to hope to “cure” our singleness. Secondly, we are not going to think too much about a text before we send it.
We have decided to take a time out, and to just “be” with our dating lives. We aren't going to play the “wait five hours to respond” game, and we sure as sh*t aren't going to change our ways and enter the world of dating apps.
What they don’t seem to realize is that we would do all of that ‘honey do’ list for them and more if they weren’t so miserable to be around. Day after day he just sits there, smiles, and nods through dinner as she yaps about how some people at work were ‘so rude’ to her.
Then she casually mentions that some housework needs to be done and he does it.
Some people have even made us take a little vacation from writing about all things dating-related. But in addition to that, we're over “the dating game.” We're even over discussing it.
As happy as we are for Sarah in Florida for finally getting over her ex-boyfriend, it probably won't help us not think of ours at 10 pm on lonely Sunday nights.
Once we decided to (for lack of a better term) “give zero f*cks” about our dating lives, meeting men and the pressure-filled quest for "the one," we felt like a huge weight had been lifted off our shoulders. We started to feel like we could go out for a night on the town without feeling the thirst for male attention, and without the “need” to scan the room for potential hotties and dates.