Not everybody wants a full-time relationship

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It seems that every film and literature protagonist is always searching for the perfect relationship and lifelong love. But what if you aren’t interested in a full-time relationship? Contrary to what you see on telly or read about online, there are plenty of people out there who simply don’t want a full-time relationship. A fun date now and then, a good meal out, and sex dating, is, for some over 60’s, the perfect arrangement. Does that sound familiar? You don’t need to want a full-time relationship to want occasional companionship and perks in the bedroom. Here are some of the top reasons why you might want things to stay more casual.

You’re focusing on your career –You don’t have enough time for a significant other right now. However, a few evenings out a month and a partner in bed is always nice!

You just got out of a long-term relationship – This is one of the most common reasons why people seek a ‘friend with benefits’ instead of a new partner. When you get out of a long-term relationship, you need time to heal, get over your ex, and do a bit of soul-searching. But who says you have to celibate while you do it?

You regularly travel for work – Maybe you’ve just been promoted, or you are angling for a new role that requires a lot of travel. If you’re planning to spend the next few years travelling around the country or the globe, it’s probably not the best time to get serious about anyone.

You’re planning a big move – If you’re planning to relocate to another city or further afield to another country, now is not the time to get into a serious relationship. Sure, long-distance relationships can work out, but that’s not what you’re after right now. Some fun, low-stakes dating is a much better option for the short term!
 

You’re taking some time to focus on yourself – There is no shame in taking some time out of the serious dating game and concentrate on yourself. While you might be doing some introspection and prioritising your needs, you might still crave company, affection, and physical companionship.

If any of the above points apply to you, there’s some good news – you’re not alone! There are plenty of other people out there who also want a casual relationship.

It’s crucial that you are always upfront about seeking a ‘friend with benefits’ rather than a serious partnership. That way you’ll never hurt anyone’s feelings, and everyone is on the same page. With so many other people searching for a little fun and action, we recommend using a dating app specifically for sex and casual dating. What are you waiting for?