Being single and being committed, both have their perks and flaws. Which would you prefer?
It’s a rare privilege to be engaged in a caring and nurturing relationship. The gift of love is something that you should never ever take for granted. It takes a great deal of commitment to make a relationship work, and if it’s going well for you, you should always be thankful. There are millions of single people who are desperate to find the kind of love that you currently have, and you have no reason to complain.
But you’re human and sometimes, you just can’t help it. You don’t REALLY want to be single again. You love your boyfriend but there are times where you just can’t help but think about the single people who have it better than you do. You innocently daydream about how things would be different had you not been in a relationship. You don’t really wish any harm on your relationship status though, you’re comfortable fine with being in a relationship, but it’s not a sin to let the imagination go wild right?
Here are 8 innocent moments that make you miss the single life:
1. When You Realize That You Have Lost Full Rights to Television Control
Nope. It’s sad. You no longer have full ownership of the television and you will have to give way occasionally. There will be days where you just want to curl up on the couch and binge on Netflix, but he’ll have the important game already on. Your plans have been foiled and you will have to pick your battles on this one.
2. When You Have Date Commitments But You Would Rather Just Really Stay at Home and Lounge Around
You’ve already agreed to date night a week in advance. He’s really excited to take you out and he’s got everything elaborately planned for the both of you. The night of the date rolls around and you really don’t feel like getting ready or stepping out of the house. You just want to snuggle up in bed with a good book and a good glass of wine. You’re torn between breaking his heart by cancelling or just getting your lazy butt out of bed. - Continue reading on the next page