What's the key to "not looking"?
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|Sat, 08-04-2012 - 3:26pm|
Some of you have said lately that you aren't looking for a man, which I take to mean that you are just living your life, working, getting together with your friends and family and pursuing hobbies, etc. And some of you seem pretty content with that.
I suppose I'm not looking right now either, in that I am not on any dating sites and I don't choose events to attend based on whether I can meet men there. I do look around when I'm at parties or events. But right now I'm not focused on meeting men. Perhaps it's because I spent a large part of the last four years doing online dating and not being successful. Oh, I had dates, but none of it led to anything. But I can't really say I'm content with the status quo, nor do I have a feeling of "the right one will come along."
Which really leads to my question: For those of you who are content, how did you arrive there? Was there ever a time when you were looking really hard, or were you more or less always that way (perhaps you met eligible men on a regular basis and didn't have to "look")?