Ambivalent women dating

And I’ve definitely felt apathy or inertia towards certain things in the past.

And it comes much more naturally to keep my options open rather than to commit. So, today, I am making a concerted effort to commit to a relationship, to give it a shot and to work through my feelings every time I feel pulled in the opposite direction. Jumping ship at the first sign of a problem would be counterproductive.

It’d be like moving countries in search of happiness, only to find you take your unhappy self with you – known as ‘doing a geographical’.

I offered you a chance to surprise me, because I knew if I didn’t, I would always wonder what might have been, if I had only been brave enough to take a risk. I don’t regret knowing you, taking a chance on you and letting you into my world.

The worst feeling is wondering what might have been, and as a part of my commitment to live fully and ride the waves as they come, I am embracing any opportunity that opens my heart.

I would have willingly gotten on the roller-coaster that is you and rode it until it flew off the rails. This is not the first time I’ve been offered a ticket to a free emotional roller-coaster ride, but now I see clearly that the ride is never worth the fall.

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