Do certain movies such as chick –flicks give off the perfect happily ever after only in a woman’s world? Is it so unrealistic that if it was to happen in real life you would question every word but watching a movie you would “aww”; such unrealistic hopes lead to disappointment and frustration.
What is romance anyway? Its in-between obsessive and flirtation and cringe worthy sentences that are said in the name of love. In general, there seems to be a perception that there are only a few good men out there left. And because of that, females find it hard to believe if they are genuinely interested for the long term relationship. It’s a game that is only getting harder and harder and for future generations to come. So many women want romance but when they get it like they see it in the movies, they suddenly don’t want it, because it is almost too good to be true.
When a man won’t give up and shows he is very into you and says all the right things, girls think it’s crazy or too good to be true but then complain when men don’t do it. Whose fault is that? It’s all a test that only time could tell, and you are setting yourself up to get hurt. Why does a person need to act in a certain way in order to be fitted under the ‘ok to date category’. A few people would think to themselves wow he absolutely loves you and wants to be with you, it is not a bad thing if he’s grateful and didn’t think he could find someone like you. However the majority of other
females would say how could a person love a person this much after lets just say a few weeks? It is manipulative and it is a smart way of sucking in a girl. So what next? Single for eternity? How could a person ever know if the other person is genuine? It is confusing and its generic and it is an easy way to make a girl feel good when a man says things that they know a girl wants to hear, how could you ever know?
The trick is not to put a label on anything. Do not fall for his words do not make him your boyfriend just yet. Rushing into anything does not get you anywhere fast.