Dating in society

24-Aug-2019 10:54

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If he texts back too fast, do you text slower to let him know you're not too eager?I bet if for one second we stopped caring about ourselves in our own self-absorbed worlds of Snapchat, Instagram, and Twitter we could actually see the amazing people the world has to offer.We complain about how we're single, but we don't actually do anything about it.Because everyone in this day and age is so damn afraid of commitment.Because if there's no label on the relationship it's easier for them to run away and act like it's nothing, then admit they ever had feelings.

If he texts back too fast, do you text slower to let him know you're not too eager?

I bet if for one second we stopped caring about ourselves in our own self-absorbed worlds of Snapchat, Instagram, and Twitter we could actually see the amazing people the world has to offer.

We complain about how we're single, but we don't actually do anything about it.

Because everyone in this day and age is so damn afraid of commitment.

Because if there's no label on the relationship it's easier for them to run away and act like it's nothing, then admit they ever had feelings.

It’s like having someone else go on all your first dates for you.