I'm going to be totally up-front: I have been on both sides of the “I'm not looking for a relationship right now” breakup line.Which is partly why I can tell you with confidence that it's the biggest cop-out excuse ever.Just a few months ago, I told a perfectly nice guy who was interested in me that the reason I wasn't being super-responsive was because “I'm not looking for anything serious.”Literally the night after I sent that text, I fell madly in love with a new guy with whom I would drop everything to be in a relationship. Don't worry, karma got me back when a guy I liked then used the “not ready for a relationship right now” line on me.All of a sudden my own tried-and-true excuse sounded like the biggest f*cking load of bullshit I'd ever heard.
I have never been the girl who dreamed of weddings or wanted to get married, and I have never, ever wanted children, still do not. I have only ever had two relationships, and one I do not count because it lasted only a few months and I was a teenager.Quite an assertion to make I know, yet it is one that requires honest introspection into your characteristics and mannerisms.Take a solid look at all of your past relationships and ask yourself the following questions: Or maybe, your relationship died a slow death – feelings began to wither away and the relationship had sadly ran its course? Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner. This is probably a question that you have pondered with for some time in the past.