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The feeling of being safe with someone and trusting them and sharing something special with them everything a relationship should be.

I stuck it out with the longer-term men because I thought I needed to be in a partnership.

A few months ago, I was on a date with a guy when he asked me the second-date question I hate the most: “When was your last serious relationship? From where I’m standing, I’ve been in three “serious” relationships: one in high school, one in college, and one a few years post-college.

” I took a gulp of wine and gave what I saw as the honest answer — a little over three years. The amount of time I spent with these guys, when you add all the relationships together, only equals about two and a half years out of the decade I’ve been dating.

”I often get hung up on the word “serious” when I'm discussing my romantic past.

So for the rest of that time, I’ve considered myself single.

We say we want to be with someone yet don't put forth the effort to make time for him or her. Let others see the real person we are and if we care about someone why do we have to be so careful? The smile you get when you hear their voice on the phone.

Maybe we are all so afraid of getting hurt and exposing our true selves that we hold back too much and let the other person make all the moves in realty they are doing the same thing so the relationship gets old fast and we end up parting ways never knowing if that could of been the person we were waiting for or not. Sure everyone likes that but its how u feel after all that wears off is what I miss. the sex is great but its the cuddleing after that makes it that much better and makes it initmate and not just causal.

But guys like Rob and Will showed me that sometimes relationships that are purely sexual, totally fly-by-night couplings can be incredibly exciting and fun.