To learn more about Amazon Sponsored Products, click here.I’ll be writing this article based on my personal experience as a single male musician.But now it’s time to make a personal decision: should you ever date an artist?No matter what type of artist you fall for, the egocentric realist, the ego-less surrealist, the crazed cubist or the boring modernist, know this: love in reality is weird.
Dating someone in the arts is no cake walk: in general, artists don’t really tend to be “salt of the earth people.” They can be moody and insecure, their work life can be volatile, they stay out late, they often don’t make money, they can be a little eccentric, etc., etc., etc.So why would anyone in their right minds want to date one? Someone in the arts is used to long hours and little pay and slices of pizza scarfed down at 1 am and rehearsing in hallways and commuting by bus and doing things on the cheap.And they know how to have fun in otherwise cramped/boring/uncomfortable situations.It’s important to remember that artistic people are genetically different to us “normies”. Delete their social media accounts and file a missing persons report with your local police.They perceive the world in a fundamentally way, like people who have been in brain-damaging accidents, or dogs. This will really help them create, and they’ll love you for it. They need to not be alone Artists don’t communicate in the way we do.Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on