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And today is one of those days, so I’m going to talk about it.We’re conditioned to believe that everything else in life is secondary.I’m one of the least shy people I know – my employer demands it —, and in the past, when I performed live at acoustic shows, being shy really wasn’t an option.So, why is it that when I’m interested in a woman or I see a group of them herding together at the club, I suddenly turn into this timid shell of a person? There's war waging inside of us that we just can't win. Here are 12 very transparent reasons why we are afraid to take that next step with women: We can sense the outcome of what will happen, and we run away from that happening.You joke about getting cats and saving tons of money on Valentines and anniversary presents, while simultaneously grieving. There weren’t any sleepless nights spent texting that person that gave you butterflies with each letter sent.

Of the two options, I would much prefer that I’m single because I’m a hideous troll monster. I can go jogging (*weeps into the void at the thought*), forgo brownies and ravioli (*screams in vain as all sound is carried away by the wind*), and actually attempt to master the art of make-up (*shrugs, yeah that’s do-able*). Let’s say that I get in shape and wear make-up, and I’m swarmed by all those mythical male beings that I’ve heard might actually exist. People don’t like There’s a unique kind of blow that your confidence takes when you’ve been virtually invisible to the opposite sex for your entire life.You have to either bury the idea that your first kiss will be “special” and just “get it over with” so you’re a little less different than all your friends, or you can keep holding out hope that someday someone will come around and they’ll be okay with taking everything as fast or as slow as you need. Maybe I’m making everything much more complicated than it needs to be. I’ve had ample time to over think absolutely everything.I don’t want some fairy tale, but I want someone to like me for who I am. If that means I’ll be on my own until my cats and I revert to star dust, then so be it. Finding a partner and building a life is such a staple expectation that everyone has about growing old, and I think that’s why we can feel so empty when we don’t have that. There’s a wonderful freedom that comes from being completely and utterly unattached. *Here’s a cue for those who are going to say that I need to stop ‘complaining’ and do something if singlehood bothers me so much – go ahead and make your comment and move on with your day.

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