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Unfortunately, there comes a period of judgement in every coupled person's estimation of their single friend. And it comes from a place where, with your newfound happy coupledom, you can see, in stark relief, all the mistakes you yourself made when you were single.
Relationships, love, how you deserve and want to be treated – once you're part of a happy couple, all these things start to look like common sense.
Guess what: Self-improvement, personal development and self-love happen over a lifetime — and ideally continue even after we get into a relationship.
If your friend is looking for a partner and you know of someone who might be a good match, great! But if no one springs to mind, why mention that you know absolutely no one who’s worthy of an introduction?
Let us decide whether we want to attend solo rather than making that decision for us. This preamble has many an ending: You’re too picky; you’re too desperate; you’re too shy; you’re too aggressive; you have to put yourself out there; you’re in the wrong city; you work too much; and so on into the horizon of judgmental phrases.
You swipe and chat with a lot of wrongs to find a right, and uncertainty and rejection run high.
We're definitely in a more comfortably smarmy place than before, and we want only the best things for our friends, i.e., being as comfortably and smarmily in love as we are (if that's what they want.)When you're coupled and are attempting to navigate your evolving relationships with your single friends, there is a range of emotions and thoughts you're bound to go through.
They are: When you first get into a relationship, you sincerely and utterly believe that nothing is going to change.
For instance, while we used to think stories of random dance floor disco kisses were delightfully thrilling, we're suddenly and acutely aware that our friends sexual victories are hollow ones.
That's not to say there's no value in them, but that kind of hookup no longer sounds compelling to us.
How would you like it if we asked you: “Hey, are you still married? It really gets under our skin when you state that you’ll make us a priority only when your More Important Person is out of town.