Quote (msk123 @ Nov 16 2021 05:41pm)
it is a throw-away culture nowadays
sadly the same often goes for relationships.
the key is (unless you got cheated on of course, or other absolute dealbreakers) to be more forgiving and understanding. This holds true for both.
I had a difficult time in my last relationship but it held 8 years.
one might think that instead of holding on to something which "might" break anyways, you could find someone better instead of dragging things out but that is the thing... you just give it your best shot and dont fck things up.
if the relationship fails anyways, at least you know that you dont need to blame yourself.
also, try decent girls. I see and have seen a lot of people complain, that they cant hold a relationship for long, but reveal later on, that the chicks they get to know, are usually pickups from clubs and bars etc.
I have never and would never pick up a girl from a club. One of the worst places to get to know someone anyways.... too loud music, drunk folks everywhere, crowded....
best place to get to know people of the same mindset is by following your hobbies and finding likeminded people (join a gym/ sports club/ any other hobby you have) another one "could" be work but that is tricky as it can not only fck up your relationship but your job as well... this highly depends on company size and how well stuff spreads.
shit WILL hit the fan if you have a bad break up and she starts spreading sh it about you at work among colleagues etc.
then of course the usual suspects like dating sites/apps (NOT tinder)
A lot of what you say is right (about the throw-away culture), however, my longest relationship was 8 years, and we met in a bar (in the most humourous of ways, but that's a story for a later day). I'm a decent girl. Good people are everywhere.This post was edited by Porce on Nov 18 2021 07:23am