What are your thoughts about being single since birth?

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No Girlfriend Since Birth and No Boyfriend Since Birth. Do you have any friends who are single since birth or are you one? Does it ever bother you/your friend? What about not having suitors or never even dated? When should one feel nervous about being still single?

Category: Tags: asked December 26, 2014

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I have a friend who's never had a boyfriend. She's actually very cute, I don't know why no one has asked her out yet. She tells me that she doesn't want a boyfriend and that she's content being single but I can sense that it gets to her sometimes. If no one asks you out, you're first thought would be "Is something wrong with me?" I know that because I once thought that way. After I got a boyfriend I did feel less insecure but trust me, that feeling does not last. It doesn't matter if you've never been asked out, you will feel low no matter what. I think its best to just accept yourself and wait for the right person to come along.
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You should be single until you meet a person, become their friend and realize you both start having feelings for eachother
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I don't think there's anything wrong with being single since birth. I've been single all my life, but I'm still very young. If someone is happy alone, then that's great! But, if you don't enjoy being single, or if you want to be with someone, then it's not good. Still, it depends on the person, the situation, and the age.
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I know exactly what it's like and I hate it. I'm lonely because of it and it makes me feel like there's something wrong with me since I've never had anyone. I'm getting seriously desperate. I wish I could end this by entering into a relationship asap. Sitting around and waiting for the right person hasn't worked, as that's what I've been doing for the last 5 years.
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Stop "waiting" on the "right person" to fall into your lap; get out there, talk to people and find someone. The world isn't controlled by a mystical force that drops you in the right place at the right time to meet the right person, you have to involve yourself in the world to encounter more people.