Stalemate

stale·mate  (Noun)

  1. A situation in which further action is blocked; a deadlock.
  2. A situation in Chess in which no progress can be made or no advancement is possible; “reached an impasse on the negotiations”

A complex or critical or unusual difficulty; “the dangerous situation developed suddenly”; “that’s quite a situation”; “no human situation is simple”.

Synonyms:
Deadlock, impasse, standstill, dead end situation

Sometimes dating is a “Stalemate”. You’re damned if you make a move & you’re damned if you leave things as they are.

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6 thoughts on “Stalemate

  1. Relationships take TWO, not one.

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    • So there is no relationship if neither person makes a move & there is still no relationship if one person chooses not to act, react & thus make a move.

      “It takes two baby, it takes two baby. Me & you.”

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  2. As a chess player I like the analogy. I think of a chess game sometimes when I’m trying to ‘strategize’ a relationship, usually with coworkers!

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