Dating and timing
“I'm such a profound believer that timing is everything; I would tattoo that on my arm.” Drew Barrymore Many people have claimed that timing is everything in life and love.
I believe that timing, which is mainly a one-off task, is valuable in bringing two people together; however, time, rather than timing, is more essential in maintaining and enhancing profound love. “I'm a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.” Thomas Jefferson The experience of being lucky or unlucky, rather than merely feeling good or bad about something, is crucial for many emotions, including romantic love.
And yet, there have been times when I’ve used bad timing as an excuse.
I’ve used it on guys who have lived a block away, when I’ve had all the time and freedom in the world.
Meeting the right person at the wrong time can keep you in a relationship longer than you should be.
You believe in your heart that this is the person for you and if you wait long enough, they’ll warm up to the idea themselves. You are with the right person it’s just not the right time for either of you.
We are vulnerable, lonely, ready for love and practically desperate for change.Dear Relationship Coach- "We met online and seemed to hit it off right from the start.After he answered my ad, we went on our first date, and it was fabulous.After four months of long distance, I deferred uni (as we call it down under) and moved to London. Being that he’s my ex-boyfriend now, the distance eventually overcame us.
I didn’t want to stay in London (seriously, that place is horrible) and he didn’t want to go back to Australia.
Thus the claim, "I am lucky to have such a good partner" clearly expresses more intense gratitude than the claim that "It is good that I have a good partner." Comparing yourself with others seems more significant in the first sentence.