Single and not interested in dating

I am almost 25 and a good portion of my friends are engaged, married, dating someone, in a relationship, or just going on dates or "seeing somebody." Or, even if they're not, they're actively looking, talking about guys or girls, etc.

All my cousins, siblings, and family members are married or dating someone. At the risk of sounding conceited, I am a very attractive, fit/thin female who is talkative and outgoing, so it's not like I "can't get" a guy and have therefore sworn off men. I enjoy being single, working, doing my running, hanging out with friends (of both genders) and am a very social person with an active and busy lifestyle.

It sounds like your life is full and you are enjoying yourself, so why worry if the way you feel is normal or not.

It's normal for YOU, so who cares about anyone else.

Never wanted to marry or even have kids, never had any kind of relationship.

While I can appreciate another person personality-wise/aesthetically, I can't relate to other people romantically or sexually.

This is probably a question that you have pondered with for some time in the past.

My reason for asking these thought-provoking questions is to make a very clear point. Despite being in a loving relationship myself, I can understand exactly why so many men and women have simply, given up.”, here are some unconventional answers that lie within.When it comes to dating and relationships, it’s hard not to feel that you are a victim.I think a lot of women who are trying to find relationships feel "desperate" to find a relationship not so much because they truly desire one, but because there is a lot of pressure even in our modern times for women to get married and have kids. Why not just enjoy yourself and see where life takes you?Maybe when your heart is healed more and you find a guy you are interested in, then you'll feel differently about relationships. Has anyone out there ever experienced just a total lack of interest in anything having to do with dating, getting into a relationship, or even having sex for that matter?