Why to avoid serious romantic relationships in your 20s?

Why to avoid serious romantic relationships in your 20s? by Shilpa Jha

Answer by Shilpa Jha:

Major Reason :

You invest a lot of time in something that can be emotionally straining and can take you away from all the other creative things you can do .

Minor Reasons ( Some of them might be in resonance with the former ) :

  1. If you’re with a wrong person , it might affect your personality and your growth as an individual .
  2. There would be lesser money in your pocket .
  3. You’ll not explore new domains of knowledge or creativity due to lack of time .
  4. You might feel sleep deprived due to incessant phone calls .
  5. You might agree to things which would sound illogical to you to avoid fights .
  6. You might have to cancel your plans to give time .
  7. You might end up thinking a lot about futile issues that may make you regret later .
  8. You might feel that you’re being judged for every action !
  9. At the outset , relationships are very beautiful and interesting but as time flies , it feels that you are constantly working out on to make it work . If you are that interested in ‘working out’ at this age , it is better to go to a GYM ! At least that exhaustion will give astonishing results to both your mind and body !
  10. Even though you might be good , these experiences make you feel you not the same person . You know , the things is that you are DEFINITELY the same person . It is just that situations make a person look bad .

3 Comments Add yours

  1. parekhsoni says:

    Reblogged this on pretatmablog and commented:
    Take note please !


  2. Monty says:

    But when u r in love U R LOVE.
    u are correct absolutely.

    Liked by 1 person

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