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Same thing here, but I'm not that desperate.
I mean I never was in a relationship, but I don't feel the need to be in a relationship either.
I am chill with it. Letting the future decide if I am going to find the love of my life or be disappointed again.
Sure, there is this biological urge, but you can control it.
@angrydev1234 if you meant you as in referring to me, I'm an ambivert.
A mixture of introvert and extrovert.
I like socializing (charging energy for a short time by being around people - extrovert), but I can't stay in such a field for too long (decharging energy when it's taking too long - introvert).
In the weekends I meet friends and other people at a bar or club, but after a maximum of 4 hours I feel like I'm tired. Even if I do nothing.
Same happens with me sometimes , i start to feel alone so i try to distract my mind and I've been doing this for a long time.
I always thought i am only person who feels this but after i read i found that this sort of problem comes handy when you are an introvert. Just try to distract yourself or talk to some friend or have a walk
That would help.
30 years old here.
you get used to the loneliness pain, if you don't poke it too often by actually meeting people.
it'll change from nearly unbearable pain to just chronic boredom or something like that.
and then you can deal with 90% of it the same way as any other type of boredom.
29 yrs old here. I sometimes suffer of this, I have friends tho and I tend to talk more with a female best friend, I guess I wait for the pain to go away or share it with my best friend, not sure if that's a coup mechanism
chagai957511dTry Couchsurfing, that way you meet people all the time. Unfortunately you were born to the wrong sex if you can't deal with being alone and the only way to fight it is for me actively try my best to look for people. Couchsurfing, ok Cupid, Tinder, Facebook groups, new group hobby's like tennis, debating, boardgames, learning a language and basically anything you here of.
AleCx042041711dReminds me of something I read about there being a difference between wanting to be or liking being alone, but still disliking the feeling of loneliness.
To be fair, every time I felt lonely before being married I had little to no trouble in finding a girl to spend time with, but I understand if someone is more on the shy side of things and does not know how to approach (in our case) females. It's ok, not something that defines you unless you want it to. Think of all the awesome shit that makes you be you and be confident about it, break through that mental wall and get out there to show people that you got the goods that can make someone look at what you got to offer.
Yeah I know, easier said than done, but I am firm believer in that people project a lot their own perception of themselves, confidence is key to everything.
Chin up man!
linuxxx11I've had this twice in a very short period of time now and it really pisses me the fuck off. Sitting in the t...
theredcameron5Do you ever feel like you're the socially awkward one on your team?
oscylo7When you try to socialize and you go to a pub but you end up on devRant. Mission accomplished.