the illussion of "the right person will come" is becoming more like the existence of santa claus....so do the right thing Sabina....u dont need to wait long for something that will make u happy...i suggest u go for someone u show affection to and train your guy to be the guy for u....impress as much as u can just don't go to the extremes....start now...i am sure there is a bunnch of those guys around your life and are willing to be with you and take u as u are and u guys will create memories together.....so do it...It's the right thing to do
maybe your love is just FMS Abisai .......
Go out there and be proactive.
I'm not sure what you're into, but if you have a healthy social life (attending exhibitions, live performances, dining out), a good group of friends (with connections and able to give good advice) and are easy on the eyes (attractive enough to be pursued by men), and still don't have a lover, you're either too shy or aren't good at picking up signals.
On the other hand, If you don't go out and do anything, are ugly and have no friends, then I'm not surprised at your being single.
hahahahhaahhaha , sorry
I'm glad you're neither a geek nor ugly, because that would be unfortunate and make finding a lover very difficult.
If you really want to find a reputable lover, join a group or organization where you will meet people with shared similar interests. Take a yoga class or something.
Bars and nightlife venues aren't suitable, really. Neither are people whom you meet on social networking sites.
yep , i think so , he fits ... in your situation maybe he`s the one ( ask him first if he`s single ...)
yep , ok , i get it ... but still not understendind why you wrote it here ... if you think that meeting boys or friends ( people) here isnt suitable...
SNS: Good to meet friends (and "friends"), but not the best place to find a potential life partner -- simply because everyone exagerrates their best qualities while minimizing (or omitting) their bad ones.
That may lead to awkwardness if the relationship becomes more serious, not to mention the electronic paper trail of saucy talk.
I'll tell you what, Sabina:
The WLIB team will sponsor your future wedding if you find a decent chap here.
"In the power invested in me by the WLIB team, I now pronounce you husband and wife."
Actually, we've already had a few people get married after meeting on this website.
and I am invited to 2 weddings ffrom this website this month
"WLIB: Helping people get laid since Aug 2008"
Hahaha. You're probably right, Da Fan.
But we'll still sponsor the wedding.
It's not hard to find a bf, looking for the right one is hard.
But whatever U've been through will always pay off~~~
The whole trip is meant to be hard so that U would apprieciate it more later.
Let's hold a mini party for our little Jio, bring friends and good men to her. hahaha :)
"I'll tell you what, Sabina:The WLIB team will sponsor your future wedding if you find a decent chap here."
Can i apply for that too ?
Now it is a serious post.
Jio, in university time, best way to find right partner is by attending in different communities, interest groups and activities, which is proven to work for thousands of times.
But dont listen to pete about Yoga class, everyone knows most of the members in yoga class is girl...he is pushing u to become les....:)
Instead, better think about other class or groups,such as dancing. or to learn something, por ejemple bass, drum. Or, gather an interest group by urself then u can choose from the members..:) I knew my first BF in a dancing competition, second in a rock interest group...so ,that's based on true experience.
If I was encouraging Jio to embrace the fairer sex, I'd advise her to join a pole dancing class -- not a yoga class.
Jio, you should join a pole dancing class.
actually I did know some male yoga master, has a super super flexible body :) good for u hum.
Then you'd better not go to India.
答案很简单 不肯将就罢了 男人总会有的:P
Jio妹，haha, “hard to explain”. I like this sentence，这是我的口头禅。
of course not! it depends on which kind of dance~
Of course not latino dancing or belly dance~ but for example locking, popin, breaking...these type of...
or scottish dance :) HAHAAHAHAHAHA
@Erika, im not married, but plan to, what up?