You believe within your soul that he’ll move Heaven and earth to peel away the hard, cold metal, layer by layer until he reaches the soft, glowing presence of who you are.
Then, and only then, does he deserve the fruits of his labor. To jerk you back into reality, the only man who will be willing to peel back all those layers of metal is someone who likes a challenge, and understands that you are emotionally unavailable, because HE is emotionally unavailable.
Or maybe we had a better understanding of what dating and finding a partner in life actually allows for. We believe love to be some sort of fairytale, so we wait for Prince Charming or Snow White.30. We both like our independence and hate being lonely, but since we waver between the two like a pendulum, we never manage to make dating work.39. Which is funny because half the time, this leads us to cheating ourselves.48.
Yet, I think if you look at and inspect your behavior, you'll notice all the indicators. We believe it to be too difficult — and we're right. A young writer, philosopher, and entrepreneur, Paul Hudson (@Mr Paul Hudson) has been writing for Elite Daily nearly since the start.
Our modern day dating culture is somewhat appalling. It's meant to have a purpose and, in reality, it always does. He primarily addresses the successes and downfalls of love and life.
In his mind, he’s thinking that if he can make YOU emotionally available, then he proves to himself that he is indeed lovable. He just wants the personal satisfaction of breaking down your huge boundary as a means to dealing with his personal demons.
He is just as emotionally broken and unavailable as you are.
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Whether or not the times have changed doesn't really matter. We often find dating boring, but only if it's with the same person.31. We're too busy focusing on all the things in life that don't matter whatsoever.40. We just don't understand what a relationship can truly be — but we can't really be blamed for that; blame society.42. We don't believe it'll work, and by doing so, we guarantee it won't.49.
What matters is that most individuals nowadays don't date. I'm sorry, but today's dating culture should not be allowed to fall under the dating category. Dating for the sake of dating isn't really dating.6. We're confused into believing sex with strangers is better than sex with someone we love.32. Because, for women with sex toys, batteries last longer than men.36. We date for food, drinks and sex, not for love and companionship.
The “few” may be really thick and high, but you figure anyone willing to penetrate the wall you erected, must be worthy.
Truthfully, no matter how tall or how thick that boundary is, it’s not protecting you.
Calling it “dating” is rather insulting to the once coveted — and now seemingly archaic — practice. We search for a happily-ever-after, but are afraid of actually finding it.33. A young writer, philosopher, and entrepreneur, Paul Hudson (@Mr Paul Hudson) has been writing for Elite Daily nearly since the start.