Someone told me that I’m “just afraid of (romantic) relationships.”

Well, I’m not sure about that. Rather than being afraid, I think it’s more like a bother. I find relationships too troublesome and annoying that’s why I prefer being single.

Oh and contrary to most people, it’s not about the ex or a bad experience with the previous relationship. Yah, it didn’t work out. I didn’t find my ex such a douche to warrant him a good bad mouthing from me either. It’s more of a his and her circumstances, so I don’t really know what was going on with his mind. I might’ve hurt him, but I didn’t know. And I got hurt too, but he wasn’t aware. In my opinion though, it’s just a difference between our beliefs and such and that I was being clingy and needing more attention that I was getting. And it just ended like that.

I don’t know if it’s just me, but this is how I really think. Whether people believe it or not, I don’t particularly need to care, do I? Or should I?

My relationship status and whatnot. Why does it matter to people, anyway?

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  1. i’ve been accused of that exact same thing — = . =

    people started getting freaky on me since my 24yo. i understand when its the aunties or lolas, or even occasionally my parents who have probably forgotten how much they’ve sermon me on having bfs early… to not get married early… enjoy being single — which went on a continuous basis from age 13-around 22 then it started to get quiet, then the topic change to… “when am i gonna get married…” — but if its like colleagues, ex-collegemates , or just whoever… who shouldn’t give a flying fuck about my status, i just hope they would shut up.

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