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And i think i have. I'm tired of it being on my mind for at least a little while each day; it's getting tiring.

People always seem to respond to these relationship threads with "stop looking for it and it will come when you're least expecting it" so maybe this is a healthy approach.

Why must the search for a relationship be on my mind every day? Truthfully speaking i don't really care and i don't feel like i desperately want one but my mind tells me otherwise and keeps throwing the topic around my head as if it's the be-all end-all in life, which it obviously isn't.

Is there a way to stop myself thinking about it all the time? I don't want to care in the way i do anymore, i want one to happen when it's time for it to.

Maybe this was incoherent but hopefully someone understood my point
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Go watch some porn like the rest of us.
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Tell your mind to shutup when it suggests you look for a relationship.
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Tell your mind to shutup when it suggests you look for a relationship.
I can't, it perpetuates in my mind for ages.
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it's the media i'n't it
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(Original post by Anonymous)
And i think i have. I'm tired of it being on my mind for at least a little while each day; it's getting tiring.

People always seem to respond to these relationship threads with "stop looking for it and it will come when you're least expecting it" so maybe this is a healthy approach.

Why must the search for a relationship be on my mind every day? Truthfully speaking i don't really care and i don't feel like i desperately want one but my mind tells me otherwise and keeps throwing the topic around my head as if it's the be-all end-all in life, which it obviously isn't.

Is there a way to stop myself thinking about it all the time? I don't want to care in the way i do anymore, i want one to happen when it's time for it to.

Maybe this was incoherent but hopefully someone understood my point
From what I've seen in real life, we often go into relationships at the time we least expect it.
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From what I've seen in real life, we often go into relationships at the time we least expect it.
I believe it. My last relationship started when i least expected it and lasted a year. It's the fact i can't stop actually forgetting about it and it plays on my mind despite efforts to not care. Is there any way to stop worrying about it?
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I believe it. My last relationship started when i least expected it and lasted a year. It's the fact i can't stop actually forgetting about it and it plays on my mind despite efforts to not care. Is there any way to stop worrying about it?
I've been there and I'm still recovering..Know that it didn't work for a reason and also that you're a wild and free one when you're single
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