I’m chronically single and it’s not for lack of trying. I know it sounds pathetic, but I don’t want to go through another Christmas without a boyfriend.
I haven’t been on a date in four years, since I was 19.
I’ve been online but it’s just full of weird guys who have no idea how to hold a conversation. I meet boys out and about and think I meet some who I have a good connection with but I rarely hear from them after. I’m not scared of being the one to take the first step but even when I do I hardly get anything back and my will is starting to run out.
Can you recommend a way of meeting boys, because I’m getting exhausted with it all.
Thank you in advance.
Mr Right is not someone who you can go out and look for, he will come along when you least expect him to. So do not waste any more time pursuing him. I am all for online dating, however it are not always successful as it has proved, unless you have the tolerance to endure numerous dates before finding the perfect match .
What should happen is that you just fall across someone. I don’t mean land heavy on a guy in a heap when he takes your eye. What I mean is, chill out, enjoy life and Mr Right will come along when you are least expect him to.
So that you are not allowing dead end guys to take up your time, consider what kind of partner you are looking for. Does he has to have the same interests as you and if so where will people with this interest go? I know it is an old cliché, but if you have a specific interest or hobby, are there clubs you can join or meet ups you can attend? I am not saying Mr Right will be at any of these events, however, if you concentrate more on broadening your horizons rather than finding a partner, you will meet new people, make new friends and may even discover a new part of you!
There is always the chance that Mr Right may be under your nose and you are not aware of it. He may be at work, a friend of a friend or even an old school pal. It may be someone you naturally look forward to seeing, who makes you laugh but have never even considered as a prospective partner.
I am pleased that you are not sitting at home waiting for Mr Right to knock on the door, however I do advise that you are mindful of how you come across to a prospective partner by not being too eager as this can be off putting.
You are only in your early twenties and should be embracing single life. When you are full of life and enjoying yourself this is naturally appealing, so it is important to be yourself from the start.
I am excited for you. There is a guy out there who is also looking for his perfect match. You will find your Mr Right and when the time’s right. I wish you all the happiness!