Would you rather be alone the rest of your life, or with a partner?
Hi Hattie :0)
Love the great question...love being with my True soul mate and partner...would not have it any other way..as you know ...best part it before we met neither one of us were either needy or lonely :0)
with a partner, definitely a partner, otherwise, how else will i find my shoes in the morning without some one to remind me lol, in all seriousness i'd hate to be alone, i need soem one to love and to love me back
With a partner, yes a thousand times yes. I just recently made the "us" with my oldest friend, and I don't think I have ever been happier. Someone to talk to? Yes! Someone to hug on a bad day or week? YES! To be honest I can't see myself answering on the alone side of the question. The feeling of...not being "alone" is indescribable. So much so that these words themselves seem to be cheating it.
Considering all my past relationships and how bad they ended being alone is fine with me. I never had a true soul mate...tried several times with partners with only disappointment.
Ha Ha, yes I lose my keys, and my mind half the time! lol
I would rather have a good, compatible partner in life. I'm sure I found her.
of course with a partner, "no man is an island" is what they say. We'd love to think of happy moments with the person you truely love unconditionally, sharing dreams you know. Try to think happy moments with you alone? sharing dreams alone? hehe....tc
I like to spend my life with a partner. Dont take i am selfish or what, it feels good when someone cares for you and you care about someone.
I would rather be with a partner...someone to share with, whether it be a beautiful star filled night, a romantic dinner, or a walk in the woods. Sharing love, laughter and yourself with someone else is amazing..and if they happen to be your soulmate, well, that makes it just so much better!
With a partner. However, the partner would have to be of my choosing. Think of being with someone you are forced to live with. Fights, heated discussions. Even with this in mind, the two would eventually come to an agreement.
As a homeschool student, I spend 7 hours a day at home, in my room, with only my dog, books, movies, and homework for company. Partner it is.
It depends on the partner, I suppose (although "alone" looks pretty good to me a good part of the time).
I prefer to be with my husband for the rest of my life. I don't relish the idea of being alone, although I could adjust in time if I had to--don't want to though.
I love being with my wife. Can't imagine myself without her...actually I can but it's definitely bleak and lonely.
With my partner which is the best of both worlds. I have someone to share my life with and yet we give each other space so we can spend time alone. Love knowing that someone else is there even if we are doing two separate things.
I have been alone for FAR too long already. I am sooooo ready to meet someone to share things with. I am still a work in progress, so I am not bringing my best self to the table, but I do have a lot to offer.
Be alone the rest of my life with knowing and walking with GOD moment by moment. I am complete and fulfilled with me knowing and walking with GOD moment by moment and is the reason why GOD given me a vision of the other side of death.
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