I forgot (well, not really, but you know what I mean). I'm also single because I found that guy who makes you a little short of breath even when you think about him. The one who makes your heart race when you first catch sight of him after even a few hours apart. The one who makes you feel like the two of you will be united against the world, and that together you can make all your dreams come true. It ended for silly reasons and now he's marrying someone else. So I'm still single because it's taken me a year to even kiss someone else without wanting to cry.
"Well I love that dirty water. Oh, Boston, you're my home!"
I'm looking for a good quality man who makes me swoon. I won't settle for less. There are worse things than being alone...being with the wrong man is one of them. I'm just working on myself until he finds me!
I am trying my best to be that happily single 30 something, but it is difficult doing so when all of your friends are getting married THIS YEAR or are dating really nice guys! Geez! I do have a few single friends remaining, but it still stings everytime a female friend gloats about having found the ONE.
I meet cool dudes and try to get to know them, but I am so paranoid sometimes. Either I can't help obsessing on thoughts of whether the guy is a killer, or a cheat. I think some of my circumstances and my fear of committing to a guy keeps me single.
What are my female friends doing differently?
I can see myself single forever not by choice. I had an aunt that was single and childless all of her life. She seemed happy hanging out with her sister all of the time. The problem with me adopting that way of life is, I don't have a sister.
Honestly, I don't know. I divorced at 32-ish, now very nearly 39. I've certainly done my share of dating in the intervening years. I can honestly say I'm ready for a relationship, ready for children [as ready as one can get].
I'm also very happy just as I am. When I think about being alone indefinitely, I can totally see an upside to it and I'm ok with it possibly happening. I'm not looking for anyone to "complete me," and I don't think there is "The One" out there for anybody.
I find it best not to think about it too much. I can't and won't live my life waiting for something to come along to make me whole. I'm already whole.
let's see...i found the love of my life and then he decided he wasn't ready for commitment...that ended 2 yrs ago and i'm still looking for somebody that makes me swoon like he did...well not looking at all...i'm waiting for them to find me.
oh and i still love my ex...i'm a mess...can someone send me a glass of jack and coke
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I really like "me" and my life! In fact I love both!!!
I'm definitely open to something coming along, but not looking at all. There are a lot of things I want to accomplish for myself, before adding to the mix...if that makes sense!
I believe in manicures. I believe in overdressing. I believe in primping at leisure and wearing lipstick. I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day and I believe in miracles.
Many reasons. My ex ran me through the gutter, and now the girl who was pretty screwed up to begin with is a jaded, cynical being.
And yet I still want him back. Or at least, the old him.
I'm also a bit of a control freak, too.
Also, there's no one out there right now for me. And I'm tired of being the one that always pushes relationships forward. Been there, done that, bought the tee-shirt. I want someone who's willing to chase me.
i still haven't figured it out and i'm going to be 48 in 2 months. never mind all my friends getting married, i don't even have any friends any more and most of the people i know my age have children about to graduate university and start families of their own.