Need a break from dating
For many, happiness is actually scarier than sadness.
On some level, we fear that if we get too happy we might lose the source of that happiness (which we often believe lies outside of ourselves).
Other times we don't date because we are afraid of finding our old dating patterns resurfacing.
We fear that if it doesn't work out again, we will have confirmation that we just can't get it right.
We blame ourselves, and continue the vicious cycle of believing that happiness and fulfillment must be given to us by something external — namely another person.
interesting—you’re learning about all the little infinities your person contains.Rotten relationship habits and patterns include, but are not limited to: Someone texting too much and always expecting instant replies, not texting enough and making their Significant Other (S. O.) feel gross and anxious on purpose, text-fighting (ugh), fighting over chat (UGH! The shift reflects the inner clarity we've gained because we look for love with openness and awareness.And one of the most powerful ways to get clearer about this part of ourselves is to look at our reactions to our partner in our last relationship.