It's Worth It

I believe that it's only in our nature to flirt.  I don't honestly believe that we can get the love and attention that we need from one person on the planet.  Although it should be that way, we just don't have the time and energy to give to our significant others.  Besides, it keeps us sharp and knowing that we are worth something.  Often times people get in relationships and start to question their "datability".  I myself have found myself feeling that if I were possibly single again that I may not be able to attract another mate.  Flirting helps us realize that we are attractive and desirable to others in the world.  It helps our self-esteem and self-worth.  And it's completely harmless.  I don't mind when my fiance comes home and tells me about the flirting he does at work.  I don't think he minds much when I tell him about all the men that fancy me.  Plus it puts a little friendly competition into what may end up being a stagnant relationship.

Not only is it good for you but it's one of the most fun things I get to do during my day!  I don't know how I would pass the time at work if I didn't have attractive co-workers to flirt with.  I just love all the positive attention.  It's rare that fiance compliments me anymore because he feels I should know how he views me.  And it makes me feel sexy and fun.  Knowing that there are men out there that fancy me just makes me want to try harder in my outward appearance and makes me general demeanor more positive and cute.  I feel like a better person when I flirt with people.

theophania theophania
22-25, F
2 Responses Feb 25, 2007

We are all humens after all , all of us are after attention. But to tell you the truth you don't need that attention . You might think you need it and want it but actually you don't. If you need to talk about it just contact me and i'll surly reply . =)

Your 'competition' metaphor sounds pratical and profound.