Why do many pursue relationships at all? Why not be alone?
You are good just as you are
Why try to please everyone?
- Anonymous5 months ago
Try living alone for years and see how it goes. Being alone is fine when you are young.
- SkyLv 75 months ago
It's because being alone all the time is very lonely as you might expect. Humans are a social species of animal. Overall humans crave interaction, companionship, friendship, love, etc. They're driven to find a mate to be in love with and pursue a relationship. You're not trying to please everyone, just the person you're sharing your life with as they try to please you. It's about embracing your similarities as well as your differences, about loving and feeling loved, and knowing when you go to sleep at night that you're not alone in this world.
- AlexanderLv 75 months ago
Man is a social animal. Sex is designed to be a shared activity.
- display nameLv 45 months ago
Some people (most?) seek out relationships because by nature, human beings are social people, seeking love and belonging. I don't think it is a stretch to say it is in our DNA since even early homo sapiens lived in groups and there is evidence that they paired off (not always heterosexually). However, you have apparently chosen to live alone and are comfortable with that. That's fine, but it is obviously not for everyone.
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- Saut de ChatLv 75 months ago
I hate being alone, but I've never had a good relationship.