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Is it wrong to not want a long term relationship?
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Posted 12/4/16

qualeshia3 wrote:

Thanks for the comments, everyone.


To be honest, I was a little worried about being in a long relationships or relationships in general. I felt like long relationships would be a waste of time because I can't see myself with someone for too long. It sounds lovely but I worry if someone can deal with someone like me for a long time.


haha don't worry, we all have that feeling at any point of our lives, but again, the magic word is HONESTY, just show who you really are and then the other person has to decide if this is what he/she is looking for.
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Posted 12/4/16

valemar wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

Thanks for the comments, everyone.


To be honest, I was a little worried about being in a long relationships or relationships in general. I felt like long relationships would be a waste of time because I can't see myself with someone for too long. It sounds lovely but I worry if someone can deal with someone like me for a long time.


haha don't worry, we all have that feeling at any point of our lives, but again, the magic word is HONESTY, just show who you really are and then the other person has to decide if this is what he/she is looking for.


Thanks.
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It's wrong, yeah. We should try to build good, long-term relationships with our friends, family, and lover.

Obviously, it's forgivable if that's sometimes difficult, though. Life can be very complicated and it's not always best to push ourselves to do everything right.
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This is honestly why compatability is required in relationships.

I've had three relationships in my life and no sexual encounters outside of them.

I don't begin a relationship unless I mean to continue it full heartedly and openly, is that wrong ? Heck no!

Some people are different, but if you want a long term relationship then its always best to make that clear from the start. Equally on the other hand if someone ends up in a destructive relationship then it should be ended, it would be foolish to continue anything which is negatively impacting your life - that of course doesn't include things like the other person forgetting to brush their teeth one day lol
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This is one of those questions along the lines of "what came first the chicken or the egg?" and "if a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it did it really fall?". There is no yes or no answer due to many factors. I know lots of people who when younger thought this way and now later in life regret it. I know lots of people who were in long term relationships only to have them painfully fall apart and destroy them. I know lots of people who stayed single who don't regret it one bit. I know lots of people who met someone, started a life together and lived happily ever after. I'd say half those people would say it was right and the other half would say it was wrong. It's all subjective and neither side is right or wrong,
Posted 12/5/16
Qualeshia just be careful of those Ok Cupid players.. lol
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Posted 12/5/16
It's only wrong to steal, kill, lie and steal your brother's wife but other than that? nah
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A relationship is made of at least 2 people, therefore you should know your partner's opinion.

If you know your partner wants a long-term relationship, but you want a short-term one, then it might be wrong.
If you end the relationship early, you'll have wronged your partner.
If you choose to keep the relationship, you'll be wronging yourself.

So it's important that you be honest with your partner and yourself, that way you both know what to expect.
That's the least amount of respect you should have towards your partner and yourself.
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Posted 12/6/16
in a relationship, there is no right or wrong .

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