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I have several friends who aren’t going to get married. Their reasons are varied, but most of them have been married before. They don’t want to go through the legal hassle of getting married (and I suppose, potentially divorced?) again.
I have never been married, but I believe in the institution. My life plan includes a wedding. I understand my friends who are different, I really do. But it makes for a sticky situation.
What do you call your significant other, if not husband/wife?
- Girlfriend/boyfriend. Problem: Kids have boyfriends. It’s the same word when you’re 14 as it is when you’re 40, but usually the circumstances are different.
- Partner. Problem: I didn’t know you were gay! You were just using her gender when discussing her, now she’s a partner, dude? I’m confused.
- Significant other. Problem: What. A. Mouthful.
- Love. Problem: Too cheesy. You can’t really even say it in conversation.
- Husband/wife. Depending on the crowd, this could ruffle some feathers, but it could also lead to less confusion overall. Maybe you don’t want to talk about the reason you aren’t getting married.
- Fiancee. This is my favorite, because it implies a certain level of seriousness, and does not typically lead to a conversation about bridesmaids and taffeta.
Are you in a serious-but-not-going-to-get-married relationship?
What do you call your other half?
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Goodness gracious. It seems like everyone already has their own groups of friends. I remember going out with friends to bars where everyone else was also out with their friends, and nobody was talking to anyone else.
It makes you wonder, doesn’t it? If not online dating, where can we meet someone special?
I mean, there’s the gym, sure. But have you ever hit on anyone at the gym without it being awkward? “Oh, hey, how much can you bench press?” In fact, the only time anyone has ever even talked to me at the gym it was because he was a personal trainer and I was doing something very wrong.
Then I switched to yoga, which is not a place to meet men.
A lot of couples I know have met their special someone at work. That makes sense, there’s at least a little common ground. You have something to say to each other right off the bat! And if it’s not a fun working environment, that’s actually even better. Commiserating over happy hour leads to talking about life, then leads to a date, maybe.
But what if you work in an office of five? Where everyone except you is married? That was me. That was my story.
Perhaps the coffee shop? Or the bar? Or even the grocery store? What things do you do on a daily basis that would have you running into people you’d like to meet?
Those weren’t viable options for me. I live a quiet, frugal life, and I didn’t want to change that. At all. I could hardly be bothered to spend $20 in the hopes that doing so would have me bump into the man of my dreams.
Go for a walk. Go for a jog. Ride your bicycle. Explore. You’re definitely not going to meet anyone in your pajamas at home (except on the internet!) so you should get yourself out in public where you can be seen.
However, sometimes this isn’t possible. And it’s certainly not easy. I’m an extrovert, but sometimes it’s hard to leave the comfort and coziness of my own home to get outside. Plus, if your mentality is “okay, I’ll go for a walk and hopefully I will meet someone” you give off the vibe of desperation. And neediness. And you’ll come home feeling winded, let down, and exhausted.
We live in such an odd time of history. In order to meet a neighbor for a cup of coffee, I can’t just go to the coffee shop. I have to go home, and start marketing myself as someone who would be a good companion for a cup of coffee.
So, I headed online. Have you tried online dating? What were your experiences?