I'm just curious...how does not having a job, perhaps still living with your parents, or just not being where you want to be in life factor in your decision for being ready for a relationship? This question is for the men, but women are more than welcome to put their two cents in.
The reason I ask is because I was having a convo with my brother and the topic of why he had no girlfriend came up. He mentioned because he wants to establish his career, blah blah blah. I just looked at him like "why are you making excuses?" But then I realized that being a woman, I have never had to factored any of the above mentioned situations into my decision for wanting or being ready for a relationship. When women hear these excuses from a man, we think it's all bullbutter and just reasons to avoid commitment. However, we don't have the pressure of being breadwinners and providers in our relationships like society expects.
I know each man is different and sometimes these excuses are given when you (the man) don't feel the girl is right for you, but you don't exactly what to tell her that so you try to be nice about it by lying about some external reason for avoiding a relationship - with her anyway. But in all reality, do these factors - job, money, living situation, goals...really play a factor in your determination for whether or not you're ready for a relationship? Or are these excuses truly just bullbutter like us women think they are?
Men's excuses for wanting NO relationship
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