To answer your question - no, it's not weird to feel no need to be in a relationship.
You deserve someone that makes room for you in their life.
You don’t have to consume their life, but you need to be a big part of it.
They’re not, and you deserve to be valued and respected. If they constantly mention an ex-girlfriend or boyfriend, then they’re not over them and they won’t able to love you fully.
You deserve more than someone that is loving multiple people. You can love spending time with someone so much and think they’re such a nice person that it would eventually work out. If that sexual attraction never comes, the sex becomes pretty tiresome and boring.
If they hardly listen to you and prefer the sound of their own voice, you need to get out.
They don’t respect your opinions or advice, and they probably think that they’re God’s gift to humankind.Included in the number who totally disagree is the guy I’m dating/seeing. Do you think my point of view on this is dated (pun intended) and I should change it to reflect dating in this app area?Yes, I told him I was writing this post and asked his thoughts. Or tell me potato, patahto- let’s call the whole thing off!Ladies, do you want to date that dreamy guy you’ve had your eye on, but you don’t know what to do?Or perhaps you’re wanting to meet a guy to eventually build a steamy, beautiful relationship with?You only get life once, and you’re choosing to spend a massive amount of time with one person. Because if they’re not, not only are you wasting your precious time, but they could seriously fuck up your life. So, whatever you do, make sure they don’t do these 15 things! It means they’re hiding something and you can’t trust them. Yes, it’s okay to do things without you, but if they won’t tell you what they’re doing when they’re without you, it has to make you wonder. If they call you names or they’re always on a mission to one-up you, you need to ask why they’re in this relationship. This a terrible warning sign that they see you as a sex object and nothing more.