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Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Guinea pigs required for relationship testing.

Many people I know I getting married next year. Some of them have chosen partners that are a bit 'unexpected'. It's scary how many people decide to settle down with a 'suitable' person just cos they..

a) Don't have the patience to wait; or
b) Are scared of being lonely.

I know many people in relationships who are lonelier than they ever were when they were single. I think it's high expectations that cause the problem.
People assume that just cos they are in a relationship they need never be alone again. They insist on sharing everything n while that may work for a bit in the end it just seems to drive them apart.

On the other hand relationships grow through sharing...

Ok, I give up. Further testing required.

Hmmm... I think some of the couples I know should volunteer as guinea pigs. I'm sure I could keep them busy with my theories for years together :)

Any takers?


sudden_sue said...

Reading this made me decide i need a blog too. I'm tired of being criticised just cause "hes a guy n ofcourse that makes him wrong".

I always suspected that women use their boyfriends as subjects to test their reactions to their ridiculous moodiness.

As for your dilemma. Here's the answer. My gf n I have no space between us according to me n too much space between us according to her.

Either way unless both people agree, the relationship isn't going to work.

KD13 said...

@ bachelor_boy - It's true that for a relationship to work the particulars of whats 'right' and 'wrong' are not important as long as both the parties agree.

I hope things work out for you. :)