Do you feel like you’re still single because you don’t know what it means to be in a healthy relationship? Are you struggling to keep a romantic relationship alive? Do you feel more connection with your understanding and perpetually horny e-girlfriend from AnaCams than you do with your potential significant other? Well, it’s time to ask AnaCams experts to bust some myths that are surprisingly prevalent even in this day and age.
As a single person, you’re constantly navigating the dating world and trying to avoid the pitfalls that you might have been warned about. There are all sorts of “No’s” that can send you spiraling into the “I give up” zone. Here are some of the biggest myths about dating, so you can put them to bed once and for all and finally have a shot at true love.
Myth 01: Meeting someone special is easy
It takes time to build a relationship with someone. You’ll have to spend some time getting to know them better, so it’s not as clear-cut as some of you might have been led to believe. Sorry.
Myth 02: If I don’t feel an instant physical attraction, I’m wasting my time with someone
Sometimes not being physically attracted to someone is part of the natural process of getting to know someone. You can learn to get closer to someone and build intimacy gradually over time. There should not BE any rush. While it might take a little longer, it can bring long-lasting benefits to your budding relationship.
Myth 03: If I give my partner everything they want, that will make them happy
While giving can make your partner feel loved, it doesn’t mean that your partner will always be happy. Real love and intimacy depend on two people who support and care for each other. If your partner doesn’t feel appreciated, cared for, or loved, their needs may not be met. You should look at it from a deeper, more mature perspective.
Myth 04: I can’t have both my career and my personal life
Many people today lead dual-career lifestyles but that doesn’t mean they’re happy and fulfilled. Many successful people have successfully combined work and family. It takes hard work and lots of planning, but you should be able to figure out a way to have it all. Or perhaps this is all a never-ending circle of re-adjustment and fine-tuning, we don’t really know.
Myth 05: It’s better to be in a relationship that’s toxic and unsatisfying than to be alone
While it’s understandable to want to be in a relationship with the right person, many unhappy people are unable to find the right person. It’s better to be alone than to be in a relationship that does not work for you, or feels wrong for any number of reasons. People in bad relationships can learn much from being single, and should never be defined by the love they didn’t receive. In our personal opinion, staying in a bad relationship is one of the worst things that you can possibly do in the long run – it will damage your psyche and cause a NUMBER of trust issues.