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Things starting moving quicker than I’d anticipated and on the most dreaded day of all the days (Valentine’s), he gave me a hand-made card and inside, was a full blown Mini Break voucher.Naturally, I did the sensible thing: I freaked out and ended things a week later.With these 3 factors combined I can be a socially awkward mess! I have trust issues I was raised to be very cynical about everyone I meet, and to always think about people’s ulterior motives. I enjoy putting on my trackies (track pants), dressing gown and slippers, and then snacking on chocolate or something equally delicious in front of the TV.My parents’ loveless (and at times quite spiteful) marriage also makes me question whether the whole ‘true love’ thing and ‘soul-mates’ really exist. I also don’t have a lot of spare time and money to be going out so often.This fear of the unfamiliar means I’ve found a way to end every teeny weeny chance of the beginnings of a relationship.For starters, I’ve become obsessed with wanting what I can’t have.Next thing I know, I turn around and this super hot guy is talking to one of my friends. It turns out he is incredibly smart as well as good looking, but my friend wasn’t overly excited about it (she is used to being hit on).
I wouldn’t know what to do or how to be and I’d worry that I’d be doing it all wrong.I recently found myself in unchartered waters, when I began seeing someone I’d previously been friends with.He was taken when we met (the dream), but after they broke up we ended up getting together out of the blue.Did I mention that I share the same birthday with famous fictional spinster Bridget Jones, BTW?The thing that people never really seem to understand is that my chronic singularity is not due to a lack of interest or suitors. I’m the one who is governing (and ruining, according to my mother) my own love life – not consciously, I hasten too add – but, it really is a classic case of, it’s not you, it’s me.