Constantly being someones girlfriend might seem to some bystanders as a sign of insecurity or dependence on others.
Truth of the matter is, it is all grounded in serendipity. And a frequent urge to belove.
I believe in embracing the youth and doing whatever comes to your senses while you have the possibility to. I also believe in gaining new experiences, getting familiar with the unfamiliar and spending one night running from a taxi driver over gardens covered in snow – while losing your high heeled stiletto stuck in your neighbour’s fence.
(Let’s not discuss that last example further)
But doing these things and exploring new fields in life does not have to mean that any attendant needs to be single. Neither does it imply that anyone has to be in a relationship.
It means that whether you are on your own, happily in love or not endured to give a fuck; we are all able to make every second count. No relationship status should be in position to supervise you different. Irrespective of age.
But every so often people throw themselves in relationships to find themselves giving up on both dreams and pre-planned journeys for their partner. As well as quitting going out because of the lack of interest in clubbing while having a partner. Since when is a girls night all about hooking up? Who are these people that claim flirting is part of attaining a succeeded saturday night out with the girls, and why do they need close encounter in order to believe so?
The differences between being stably single and solidly in a relationship are all so distorted.
Because once you find a person worth stop being single for, you should not have to find yourself questioning your intuition. It is customarily to miss each other when not spending a friday night together, but making this impact on your girlfriends, education, family dinners, career decisions or other hobbies is certainly not healthy for you nor your relation.
I am not saying you should take all opportunities even though being in a relationship, only that one day you might regret you didn’t.