PODCAST: Why It’s So Hard Finding Commitment In 2016

In Dating, Love & Relationships, Single Life by Isis Nezbeth2 Comments

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re·la·tion·ship

rəˈlāSH(ə)nˌSHip/

noun
noun: relationship; plural noun: relationships
    1. the way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected, or the state of being connected.
      “the study will assess the relationship between unemployment and political attitudes”
    2. the state of being connected by blood or marriage.
      “they can trace their relationship to a common ancestor”
    3. the way in which two or more people or organizations regard and behave toward each other.
      “the landlord–tenant relationship”
    4. an emotional and sexual association between two people.
      “she has a daughter from a previous relationship”

Relationships aren’t easy. They aren’t supposed to be. They take work. They take an effort. They take COMMITMENT.

com·mit·ment

kəˈmitmənt/

noun
noun: commitment; plural noun: commitments
  1. the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause, activity, etc.
    “the company’s commitment to quality”
    • a pledge or undertaking.
      “I cannot make such a commitment at the moment”

Do you think Beyoncé would have let Jay-Z go through with the whole ‘no title’ thing? It trips me out the way Millennials value all of these celebrity relationships and then limit ourselves to the things we deserve. I don’t get it. I’m not saying it will happen tomorrow, but I will say that it doesn’t have to happen today in order for it to happen in your life. Don’t settle for a half-assed relationship. If you want to get to know him first, get to know him–but expect a relationship. That’s where it is supposed to lead to. Friendship or a relationship. No in-betweens. Call him up and let him know today, where is this going? What do you want with this? What do you want with us? Hear him out, evaluate the wait, and go from there. You got it girl. You can do this.

Here’s my take on why it’s so hard to find commitment in 2016:

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