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When I was a teenager I had about three boyfriends. Then, I moved away from where I lived went to college and have now been single for five years. Meaning no boyfriends or relationships or so called one night stands. None of it. I've had like a renaissance of the mind. I like being single and not having to be a couple. I don't know what kind of introvert I am but I no longer want to be in a relationship. Sometimes I think to myself that I would like to someday have children and a husband maybe when I'm in my thirties but if I really think about it, I don't think I can ever be attached to someone. I don't think I've got an anti social behavior going on. I feel like I've reached this level of enlightenment where being in a relationship seems kind of like the person is weak and they need to have themselves validated by someone else. I don't mean to offend, I'm just trying to understand myself by writing my feelings down. But anyways I've come to realize how small I am compared to the rest of the universe, how wonderful it is living on planet earth and feeling the sun kiss my cheeks in the morning, and just enjoying my life alone. Not alone alone bc I love spending time with family. I just don't want to be in a relationship. I don't want to be that person that talks about my boyfriend and I did this, or my husband and I went there, blah blah blah. Who knows perhaps the man for me is one who is having the same thoughts that I'm having...
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