You know what you want, and you won’t force it. If you’re not clicking with the particular person, you’re not going to chase them. You’re going to be honest and give up. You rather wait for the real deal.
Your head is telling you that you should give it a try, but your heart is pulling you away from your relationship. At the end of the day, you’ll try to figure out why you are running away from the potential relationship, but the only thing you’re actually doing is you’re following your heart which is the right thing to do.
Your stubbornness is your biggest problem. Usually, you just can’t admit that you are wrong. You’re not going to get over your pride and be a better person. You’re only going to keep on pushing in the direction you feel is right.
You’re running away from love because you’re incapable of making a compromise. You think you’re right all the time and even if you’re not, you won’t admit it.
You want people to like you and sometimes it becomes all you ever think about, how to make everyone like you and how to fit in with the crowd.
When you fall in love, this is exactly your biggest fear—the fear of getting rejected because of the way you act and how you look to others. You’re pushing love away because you’re obsessed with what they’ll think about you and how you’ll look in their presence.
You have to understand that there is no such thing as perfection. Nobody’s perfect, and neither are you. You have to accept that you have flaws like everyone else, and that’s okay.
You subconsciously force yourself into pushing love away because you are too insecure and there are a lot of things you don’t like about yourself. You think you’re unlovable because of it.
On the other hand, if the person you’re dating likes you only because of your looks or something as superficial as that, you don’t need that person in your life. Don’t let your flaws define you and stop you from finding love. We all have them.
A very proud Leo who is used to being on his own won’t fall in love that easily. You know that the stage is yours. There is only place for one person up there, and that is you.
So, it’s extremely hard for you to share it with someone else. That is why you’re pushing the love away—at least until you meet someone who’s that special and almost perfect that you’re going to accept them and let them shine as brightly as you.
A perfectionist like you is always trying to find flaws in everything you do. Another thing is your freakishly high need for control. These are the two things that make you push love away.
If you’re obsessed with a tiny thing that no one notices but you, you’re going to miss out on the big one—love. It’s annoying when someone notices every little thing. Those things are normal, and we all have them. Get used to it, and don’t sweat the small stuff. It’ll cost you in the end.
You want to be just, and you’ll try so hard not to hurt anyone. You’re basically obsessed with others, how they feel and if they are satisfied or not.
You know that you aren’t perfect, and that’s why you end up alone every time. You’re scared to show your flaws to other people, and that is what is bringing you down constantly. Let your flaws out because, as you know it, no one is perfect.
You’re scared of getting hurt, but there’s one thing you don’t understand and that is: you can’t run away from that. You have to get hurt in order to find and appreciate love.
You’re terribly scared of being dumped, so when you sense trouble in paradise, you leave your partner immediately and beat them to it. This is how you’re destroying your love life. Don’t be scared of getting hurt because pain is something you have to experience so you could be able to love truly.
You are not the type of person who will stay in one place for too long. You get easily bored, and you want to move on in search for something more exciting. Even if you’re in a relationship, you may wake up one day, decide that you’re bored and just leave.
You run away from love because you refuse to settle. This is not as much your problem as it is of the person dating you.
You just don’t know how to make room for love in your schedule. You’re always too busy with something else. And also, you’re scared that you’re going to lose your independence if you start dating someone.
That’s not true. You don’t have to be afraid of that, and as far as work is concerned, you’re always going to be busy because you’re that type of person. So, you better find a way to incorporate love in your life, otherwise, you’ll end up alone.
You set the bar for yourself too high. Your expectations for yourself are insanely high. While the person you’re dating is satisfied and happy with you, you think that you’re not good enough.
You keep on trying, and in the end, you end up scared that you disappoint the person next to you. Don’t put that much pressure on yourself because you’re great just the way you are.
You’re only in a relationship until things get tough. You’re used to having everything peachy and nice, but sadly, love doesn’t work that way. You have times which are rough, and you have to fight for what you want.
But, at least so far, you haven’t found that right person to fight for, and you abandoned ship every time when you reached a problem. This is why love sucks for you. Next time, try to fight, give yourself more, and then see what happens.