Lonesome

It's been about 2 years since I broke up with my ex, and 2.5 years since I was cheated on....Yea, it took me half a year to finally break up with her even though she cheated on me. But yea, over the past 2 years, it's been rough but I did get over her. Ever since then I've just been taking care of myself and looking for the right major for myself so I'll have fun with my future job. I think I finally found my true calling in Industrial Designing, after many major changes in a Community College. At the same thing this was all happening life has just been getting lonelier and lonelier. Life in the design field there's constantly so much progressive work that you become a hermit at home. Also being in a community college doesn't really help since everyone just goes home right after class. No college life like normal State schools. Which means it's hard to meet new people, and have fun when you're not in class. I do have a close knit of friends that I have always been able to depend on, but also as time goes by, one by one they each get a boyfriend or girlfriend. To the point all my friend are couples, and when that happens, they become M.I.A.

I've been always telling myself that just be strong and keep on track with school until you transfer, then you'll be able to meet more people. But no matter how much self encouragement I do, it slowly become less effective. Truth is, I really want a girl that can be there for me and support me and encourage me. But I feel like I'm in a limbo where that's not possible to find. I have no idea what to do. And there's no one I can talk to about it.....*sigh*

Sorry for the long vent.

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  • U must nnt mak her happy n bed thats why hav u a smal c***

  • That girl you're looking for is out there, it just may not be the right time for you. And most of the time, she'll enter your life when you are not looking. Being lonely is not fun, but it will pass and you'll be okay. Sometimes you have to just deal with those feelings. You may just need to strike a balance in your life and actually schedule some fun. Of course, there is only so much time in the day, but connecting with people and laughing is really important. So make time for your studies, that is your priority. Make time for yourself even if it is to chat with a friend, return an email or go to the gym. And then make an effort to find new friends and go out. Your friends are busy and moving on with their lives (and this happens in every stage of your life). Your close friends will be there for you when you really need them. Don't be afraid to call. Some times you just have to make more of an effort to make plans. As for dating, join a dating site and have fun meeting some girls. Make it casual, nothing too serious since you will be transferring soon. Find a meetup.com event to go to or a running club (or other interest you may have). You'll get through this. And you should talk to your friends about what you're feeling.

  • Gotta get some p****.

  • Why don't you try going to a Bible study at a Bible-believing
    church? They usually hold them on Wednesday nights, sometimes on Saturday. You'll meet a lot of people, especially at College and Careers meeting times. Hopefully, these will be the type of people that will encourage and befriend you! Good
    luck in your endeavors!

  • Will that take away my horn

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