There are over 300 reasons of why I am not dating anyone at the moment.
200 of those reasons are because of the kind of person I am, and how I like being alone.
I have screwed up tremendously throughout all of my relationships.
It is always after we break up and I go through my "post-breakup insan-o binge" that I figure out that it's because I am a mess of a human.
Mainly we breakup because I don't know exactly what I want in life.
It's a little bit better now because I have a better understanding of who I am now, and why I am the way I am the way I am.
I have surprisingly become more confident in myself, comparative to how I use to be. Scary huh.
When you don't know what you want in life, your insecurities are tenfold because you are a lost, codependent little puppy.
I have had several boyfriends most lasting 6 months tops, with the exception of two.
I have been truly IN head over heels love with 3 people.
And I am doing a three part series where I am going to talk about them.
(Oh yes, this is going to be fun)
The first was the absolute worst boyfriend I had ever had in my life.
The first time we met was at a party in the 8th grade. He was a year older than me and tied to a chair with duct tape the first time I laid eyes on him.
And then we proceeded to lock tongues for 2 hours, and he left with out telling me anything more than his first name. This was my first time kissing a stranger, but his high school scruff and long curly blonde locks had me at "will you help me out of this duct tape?"
Then, I ran into him two months later at a movie with his friend and my friend who were dating. He was eating a Quzino's sandwich in the middle of a theater.
I fell very hard.
Apparently, at the ripe ole age of 13 it doesn't take a lot to fall in love.
Then when I finally reached high school we dated for one week, where he ended up cheating on me with another girl on my birthday, and the night of homecoming.
We were very young and stupid, and I was in love, so naturally I had to get him back and make him pay for it.
I got back at him by dating his best friend, and kissing boys in front of him.
To where he would yell at me.
Needless to say, we were far past the point of return: he wanted me back and I wanted him. These reasons were purely from the fact we didn't want to see each other with anyone else.
We wrote each other notes in the hallway, that I still have in my room.
He use to sneak into my basement and we would talk late at night, and I would get caught every single time.
But I didn't care.
He moved away and I moved away after my freshman year. I thought I would never hear from him again.
I was 15 years old, and had no idea about the world, or what was actually important in life and not.
I knew I was wrapped around his finger though. We kept in contact here and there when we left. I moved to Oklahoma and he to Tennessee. I didn't think we were going to cross paths.
We had the most messed up relationship you could have. But what came from it what the closest bond I have ever had with another person.
He completely destroyed me as a person in every single aspect of the word when we were children. He made me believe that, that was how another person was supposed to be treated.
That was not the case obviously and for some reason the forces of the universe kept us close.
A huge part has to deal with me being a completely forgiving push-over and wanting acceptance and love from everyone.
But this beautiful disaster came from it.
He did take me to my first dance ever as a freshman and my last dance ever as a senior.
We still talk regularly and see each other at least once a year.
I would not be the person I am today without him in my life.
We have the strangest, rarest relationship in the world.