You’re (Finally) in a Relationship You Thought You Wanted
So far so good, right? Ehh, not really. After wanting a relationship for sooo long, you’re in one and things are going okay. But something feels off.
Maybe you feel kinda meh about your significant other. They look great on paper, but they feel too predictable (boring even) once you get to know them.
You start to wonder whether you’re missing out on someone else that’s a better fit for you.
Perhaps you’ve been going along to get along so you don’t upset or disappoint your partner. Secretly, you live in fear they’ll leave you if you do. You’ve stopped speaking your mind, and it feels like you’re losing yourself in this relationship.
Or it’s possible that you get nervous and question your relationship whenever you’re away from your partner for too long.
You know this isn’t healthy.
But you can’t picture yourself single and dating in Miami again. “A relationship is better than no relationship,” you keep telling yourself.