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Once, I went on a date with someone who asked me where I saw myself in the next five years. I was then twenty-three and recently ended a long-term relationship that demanded four turbulent years of time, money, and stress. I told myself I would refrain from seeing other people, but at the same time, I cared too much about what other people thought.

You know what I mean? I think I knew what he meant. Singleness is deviance, deviance is neuroticism, and neuroticism indicates a lack of human decency. Sometimes, our flaws illuminate our strengths. Perfectionism in appropriate settings—examples including healthcare, aviation, and computer programming—is a valuable asset. However, it can debilitate someone in situations where imperfection is inevitable.

Again, I remind myself that no one is perfect. I have also acknowledged that romantic relationships, either casual or serious, are not for me. You have a goal in mind. You know what you want. You know that your goal demands a great deal of attention. Because you may have given a considerable amount of effort into this relationship, you compromise your goal in an attempt to vindicate time, energy, and emotions between the both of you.

No one wins, your picture is marred, and you eventually grow resentful. Again, you know what you want. You know what you like. Even if you meet someone with whom you seem compatible with, like you, that person is imperfect. Or perhaps you should accept that you have a firm idea of what you would like out of life.

If this is a problem that presents itself episodically, perhaps you are incompatible with the interpersonal demands and countless implications that human relationships carry. In relationships, perfectionism will destroy you, and possibly your partner. Your perfectionism often rests on comparisons with others. Eventually, you crack or drive the person away in your crusade to become that perfect person you only assume he wants.

Your perfectionism threatens your convictions in things you stand for and want for yourself. Your zealous investment in the relationship has uprooted your sense of self. How do you even respond when someone approaches you in a coffee shop, says you look nice, and gives you his number? If you end up on an outing with him and he insists on paying for dinner, should you accept the gift, or take offense? If these questions overwhelm you, and you find yourself unsatisfied with even the most thorough of answers, a relationship may do little to nothing in helping you heal from the past.

He asks you to come to his work party. Given these external threats that often accompany relationships, you reminisce over that stretch of time before you met your significant other and realize that you were less stressed and much happier.

Simply, you stray away from groups and other people because you enjoy the quiet of your own company. You like taking walks in old neighborhoods on your own and you explore local restaurants, seating yourself at tiny tables without sensing any awkwardness in dining alone.

You have a Netflix account, and after work, you chill in your studio apartment, your cats sleeping nearby. You are content in this silence. Not only do you obsess over how to perfect yourself for the object of your affections, but you also obsess over him.

No one compares, in spite of those ulterior motives you only think are hiding behind every text, phone call, Facebook message, email, and kiss on the cheek.

You used to fly freely most days, exploring your interests and refining your craft. Again, you grow resentful after coming to your senses. Sometimes, there seems to be no logical reason for the relationship to sour, but ultimately, your bitterness deems you ill-suited for this arrangement that ultimately disintegrates and repeats itself, albeit infrequently.

Our attitudes, behaviors, and interpersonal reactions are often shaped by past experiences, both beneficial and detrimental. Sometimes, through no fault of your own, others have wronged you and you are left feeling confused, angry, and insecure. Through perfectionism, you may overcompensate for deficiencies you perceive in yourself. In cynicism, you seek explanations for acts of kindness and cruelty, though the answers you find may be blurred, leaving you increasingly baffled and possibly terrified of anyone you meet, no matter the circumstance.

Your past traumas weigh you down, and until you can find contentment with yourself, a relationship would only burden you and the partner involved. A new Thought Catalog series exploring our connection to each other, our food, and where it comes from. Sign up for the Thought Catalog Weekly and get the best stories from the week to your inbox every Friday. You may unsubscribe at any time. By subscribing, you agree to the terms of our Privacy Statement. Dedicated to your stories and ideas.

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He asks you to come to his work party. Given these external threats that often accompany relationships, you reminisce over that stretch of time before you met your significant other and realize that you were less stressed and much happier.

Simply, you stray away from groups and other people because you enjoy the quiet of your own company. You like taking walks in old neighborhoods on your own and you explore local restaurants, seating yourself at tiny tables without sensing any awkwardness in dining alone.

You have a Netflix account, and after work, you chill in your studio apartment, your cats sleeping nearby. You are content in this silence.

Not only do you obsess over how to perfect yourself for the object of your affections, but you also obsess over him. No one compares, in spite of those ulterior motives you only think are hiding behind every text, phone call, Facebook message, email, and kiss on the cheek. You used to fly freely most days, exploring your interests and refining your craft.

Again, you grow resentful after coming to your senses. Sometimes, there seems to be no logical reason for the relationship to sour, but ultimately, your bitterness deems you ill-suited for this arrangement that ultimately disintegrates and repeats itself, albeit infrequently.

Our attitudes, behaviors, and interpersonal reactions are often shaped by past experiences, both beneficial and detrimental. Sometimes, through no fault of your own, others have wronged you and you are left feeling confused, angry, and insecure. Through perfectionism, you may overcompensate for deficiencies you perceive in yourself. In cynicism, you seek explanations for acts of kindness and cruelty, though the answers you find may be blurred, leaving you increasingly baffled and possibly terrified of anyone you meet, no matter the circumstance.

Your past traumas weigh you down, and until you can find contentment with yourself, a relationship would only burden you and the partner involved.

A new Thought Catalog series exploring our connection to each other, our food, and where it comes from. You could try asking her how she really feels sometime when the two of you are alone. Not Helpful 2 Helpful How do I know if a female friend is lying to me when she says she does not like me in a romantic kind of way?

She probably isn't lying. If she really did want to be with you even if she said no, she would do something so you would know. If she says no, she probably means no. Not Helpful 0 Helpful My female friend likes me but tells me to talk to other girls. When I do, she gets upset.

She has a crush on you, and on the inside, she does not want you to have crushes on other girls. She gets hurt because she wants to be the only girl in your life, but doesn't want to let you know because she likely is afraid you will reject her.

Talk to her about your feelings and hers, and if you want to be in a romantic relationship with her, let her know. If you prefer to remain friends, tell her so gently and honestly.

Not Helpful 3 Helpful Why would a friend openly say he is not interested in a romantic relationship with a girl, but openly admit being in love with said girl to all their mutual friends?

Admitting to someone you like them is like the first jump into the pool, it's super scary. Rejection is something you can be sure of, so if you aim for that, you're sure to get it. The best way to go about these things is to go slow. Just talk about other things together, maybe send a few signals like holding a hug a little longer than usual, to give him a sense of how you feel before he admits how he feels.

Not Helpful 0 Helpful 9. My friend and I had a fight. Before that, she told me she liked me. No she tells everyone she hates me, but I catch her staring at me during class, and touching her lips a lot. Does she like me still?

If a girl shows excessive interest in helping me, even if I haven't asked for help, does that mean she's interested in me? It depends on the girl. She might just want to be your friend. Just approach them at a time when the two of you can be alone, and tell them how you feel about them, and ask them if they feel the same way about you.

If you'd prefer, you could also just ask them for a date. Saying something like, "Would you like to get coffee or go to a movie sometime? She might say something like "you're like a brother to me" or talk about other guys around you. If she tells you everything that goes on in her life, you are in the friend zone.

Not Helpful 26 Helpful Yes, you gave her a few practical presents but she might not have viewed those as love tokens — although I suspect at some level she must have wondered about your motivation. But did you ever ask her out on an obvious date or tell her that you liked her? Was she deliberately hurtful and deceitful? That will depend on whether she suspected that you were sweet on her.

If she did, then I agree it probably would have been better if she had told you about the existence of her boyfriend. We can speculate why she did what she did, but we will probably never know the real reasons.

I think the only thing that you can do is to look at your own behaviour in this episode and take away some lessons that may help you the next time that you like someone.

So what can you learn? First, never assume that someone knows how you feel. If you like someone, and you have got to know them over a few months, then tell them or ask them out on a date. Life is too short! Secondly, humility is a much more attractive quality than superiority. It may just be the way you write, but you come across as someone who considers himself to be superior to others. You may just be doing this out of a place of hurt, but I recommend that you examine your attitude.

No one wants to date someone who they feel looks down on them or judges them. Thirdly, forgiveness will free you but bitterness will entrap you. If you feel hurt and betrayed, you have a choice - you can forgive the people who have hurt you, release them and then move on, or you can feel bitter and remain stuck in your own self-pity and negativity.

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