Repetition in Dating

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    courtneyreneebposted 7 months ago

    Say a person has only dated one out of five non-soccer players in the past ten years. All of them are blonde, petite, and outgoing. Is this a problem? Is this person basically dating the same person over and over again because they have become stuck with this sole type of person? Should this person try to get out of this habit?

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      dashingscorpioposted 7 months ago in reply to this

      Generally speaking people only change when (they) are unhappy.

      Life is a (personal) journey.
      Each of us (chooses) our own friends, lovers, and spouse.

      If you love vanilla ice cream why order something different?
      The only reason for making a change would be you're bored/tired of it.

      Not everyone subscribes to the "Variety is the spice of life' motto."

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        courtneyreneebposted 7 months ago in reply to this

        Hmm...that is a very interesting take on this topic. I must agree with a lot of what you said. I do believe that people only change when they really want to. Though, something that I would question is, what if they just get in the habit of dating the same person and they feel satisfied enough to keep at that. They might not even realize that they are unhappy because they don't know anything else.