Single people

United States
August 6, 2009 11:46pm CST
This is for all the people who are single like me. Do you ever feel like throwing in the towel and deciding to never go out on a date again? Men just p*ss me off! Do you ever feel like you'll be alone forever? I do.
5 responses
@bird123 (10475)
• United States
14 Aug 09
True love has no time frame. Sometimes it won't show up until later in life. ALWAYS, be open for love, for true love tends to show up when you least expect it.
@twoey68 (13651)
• United States
7 Aug 09
I remember before I met my Hubby, I felt the same way too. It's hard to be single b/c everyone is pushing you to meet and marry someone, anyone. Society tells ppl they can't possibly be happy unless their with someone. I'm happy I met my Hubby but I know that if he ever passes away...I'm just going to stay single. [b]~~AT PEACE WITHIN~~ **STAND STRONG IN YOUR BELIEFS**[/b]
@jules67 (2790)
• Philippines
7 Aug 09
One's past experience could contribute to the decision of a person. I understand how you feel. It is good that you spend time just with your friends, enjoy the life being single. I thought myself of that before. Now, I could say that I am happier in my situation no matter what people say.
• Philippines
7 Aug 09
Single is not synonymous with being lonely. You don't have to be lonely even when you're single, in the same way that being single does not mean being alone. There are many upsides to being single. There are no added responsibilities, you can enjoy your personal space and need not keep up with your intolerance of another's peculiar habits, to mention a few. Of course, there are also downsides to being single. It is only natural to be a little worried about being alone when you're still single. But this shouldn't drive you to force yourself to get a partner right away. You should only let somebody enter your life for the right reasons.
@lynnemg (4536)
• United States
7 Aug 09
I am no longer single, but I can relate to how you feel. I remember those days myself, and for a while, I did stop dating and resigned myself to being a single Mother. That is when things started to change for me. I got to the point where I was actually getting comfortable with it being just me and the kids, and I enjoyed it. When I found happiness in myself, I ended up meeting the man I am now married to. What I am trying to say is love will find you when you least expect it and probably when you stop looking for it. It sounds corny, I know, but I found that there is a whole lot of truth to it. It's like once you stop worrying about anything but being happy with yourself, things just all seem to fall into place. Hang in there, the right one will come along.