In a sense, every romantic relationship you will ever have goes through a “high school” stage in the beginning, during which you’re just getting to know each other and it’s OK to find some unforgivable deal-breaker, and break up with caring, but without much else owed to the other person. The longer things go on, the more you will “owe” the other person.
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He takes you to trendy restaurants and shows you off to his friends. Pure grief is not the only reason a widower won't commit.
After months of listening to him endlessly extol someone who is not you, it's tough to sustain the nurturing spirit that's said to be part of a woman's DNA. It can overwhelm a man who takes on a new relationship when he mistakenly believes he is emotionally ready.
Other than those occasional high school sweethearts who got lucky and have been together ever since, dating in your 20s should be viewed as an experiment to find out what you want out of a partner, and what you are prepared to offer yourself.
However, at a certain point you need to get your romantic shit together.
I was poly for about four years, and have been in a monogamous relationship for over two years.
Being poly was a wonderful thing, and taught me a great deal about what I wanted and what I didn’t.
Sometimes it's guilt -- a feeling of being unfaithful to a lost partner.