The truth is that you will probably meet several people throughout your lifetime that may be “the one.” The problem is that they may not be “the one for now.” What do I mean by that?
I think that we can all admit that we aren’t the same person from one stage to the next.
None of them make any sense and especially not when you blame the timing. If you’re waiting for your life to magically become perfect so you can fall in love, you’ll be waiting forever and ever.
Let me preface this – I am not smoking anything right now.
There is such thing as a soul mate, but it is all about timing.
I believe we both felt a strong chemistry and learned a lot about each other.
At the end of the evening we agreed to get together again.
.”He’s in a disaster of a relationship with a real wretch.
She recently went through a rough breakup and isn’t ready to start something new.
They work together for a “no fishing from the corporate pond” company.
These are the plot lines that Hollywood rom-coms are made of.
In fact, they’re guaranteed to get better because that’s just how life works. It’s hard enough to date these days and it’s even harder to find someone you actually care about. If nothing else, it gives you something to look forward to and get excited about.
Sometimes a new romantic prospect is just what you need when the timing seems off. If you use this excuse once, OK – but if you keep using it, it’s kind of strange.
And if you’re Catholic, we can throw in a few more….