I’ll admit it: running is a huge part of my life, much more important than you might understand. I feel very lucky that I have a family who supports me 110% and a group of best friends who cheer me on when I succeed and pick me up when I don’t. However, when it comes to dating, I’m open to dating you, but I have yet to meet someone who doesn’t run who really gets my running habit. In past relationships I have chosen to overlook that difference for fear of being too picky. One thing I’ve learned is that you, non-runner, need help, a lot of help, to be a good romantic partner for someone like me.
Non-runner, I’m here to help you. We runners are awesome people, but until you appreciate that, we will be leaving you in our dust. So, I’d like to offer you a little advice. [And runners, if you hear any of these things escape the lips of your non-runner boo, you might want to run away because it will only get worse. Yikes!]
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