I know Am Not Ready For Love. But Do You Know If You Are Not?

 

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Before getting involved with someone, you need to know if you’re ready for a relationship.

If you feel like you need to be in a relationship to be happy that’s a bad reason. Happiness comes from within and not from another person and even if you’re lucky and it does come what about when they leave? You go back to zero.

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It’s important to be emotionally matured before getting into a relationship so you don’t hurt yourself and leave an innocent person with scars.

How I Know that Am Not Ready For A Relationship

I feel like I want a great relationship but something tells me that I just need someone to chill with to put body and soul together. You know what I mean 😊?

You see, I love the idea of being in love but I don’t know what I want.

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I want to fight my battles alone.
I’m not satisfied with where I am so I’m growing everyday.

I want to look back and be proud of what I’ve achieved alone.

I want to understand myself fully and build my career by myself so if ever my fear of being betrayed dances around in my face.
I will know that I can overcome this alone, and no one’s help was / is needed.

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I don’t want someone to be the second choice in my life when I am their priority.

I simply am not ready for a relationship.

If we have any of these things in common, you should make sure that you deal with them before getting into a relationship.

Trust me. You don’t want to be someone’s mistake.

 

BTW – who missed me??

ReadΒ Is Love Enough?

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10 thoughts on “I know Am Not Ready For Love. But Do You Know If You Are Not?

  1. All your points are valid and I am glad that you are sharing your wisdom. πŸ™‚ You are right, happiness comes from within and this is a great reminder not only for singles but for those in a relationship as well. One thing, however–though I still need lots of work on this area, the ability to be vulnerable is one of the most important aspects of a thriving relationship. Society and media has placed such high regard for ‘individuality’ / ‘independence’ that most of us tend to forget that relationships are all about teamwork and oneness. Other than that, I agree 100% you should work on you and your dreams when you’re single instead of focusing on wasting time ‘looking’ and being desperate for ‘love’

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    1. The ability to be vulnerable – you’re right, now thinking about it,I think I will need to work on that aspect because I want to take on the world alone πŸ˜”.
      Thanks Katrina πŸ˜€πŸ˜˜

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  2. Hello Funke,

    I applaud the depth of this well-written post, very insightful message, particulary in this #seizethebae era. πŸ˜€

    Indeed, reationships involve sharing one’s self with another, so, if one isn’t ready for that, then it’s best to leave it alone till it feels right. Otherwise, it becomes a one-sided, where one party gives and the other party only takes.

    PS: The photographs are great, the black and white hue and afro give a vintage vibe.

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  3. wow this happens especially when you ve been in a previous relationship that just drained you of your time and set you back emotionally. its someone i can connect with as a guy also

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