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Settle or Search?

So I’ve found myself in a situation. 
I went on a second date….

Now to any normal person that’s not exactly a feat or anything. But keep in mind, this was my first legitimate second date since I was 16. That’s 9 years ago….

After being single for 5 years I finally managed to get a second date with a pretty nice guy. 
But there’s a problem… I’m not feeling it. 

Which REALLY sucks because he’s a great guy. He’s tall, he has a job, a house, he’s in good shape and we share a ton of interests. He’s offered to pay for our dates both times, and we actually did things on the second date! We went and played lawn bowling for 3 hours in the sun. It was great. I had a good time. 

But it felt more like I was hanging out with a friend… not someone I might wanna go home with. Any logical person would probably call it off, and move on. But should I really pull the plug? 

On one hand, if I stay, I feel like I’m settling. I could probably learn to like him, and who knows, maybe love him. But I’m also missing out on the potential of meeting someone who I click with? 
And on the other, if I leave, then am I just one of the people whose so obsessed with finding “Mr right” that I’m going to pass up on every decent guy that I meet? Mr Right doesn’t logically exist… So why keep searching? 

It’s also been 5 years of trying to meet a decent guy… what if I call it quits and then I’m alone for 10 more next time!? 

I don’t handle being single well… I’m not good at it. Someone teach me.