on May 18, 2010 @ 05:03 pm|
Hi ladies! I'm a newly single 22 year old and I'm having a tough time adjusting. It's hard to feel like the right guy is out there when I thought I had him already (although looking back I realize that he isn't my romantic prince charming, in fact he was pretty selfish for the entire relationship). That being said I was wondering if you guys could tell me about how you met you're prince charming's, give me some hope for my future, thanks!
|You'll find him! on May 19, 2010 @ 03:05 pm|
Awe I know at your age it seems like everyone is settling down and you're not, but you should embrace your time being alone! Don't be depressed if you have a few bad dates because there's someone out there for everyone, and you'll find him eventually!
My advice is to not stress over it, because you will proabably find him at the most unexpecting time :)
The way I met Derek was when I was in grade 9, and he was in grade 12, and we went to seperate schools. We were both on msn, and one of our mutual friends (but didn't know it at the time) invited Derek and I, along with 10 other people, into one of those annoying million-people msn conversations. Once everyone left the converstaion, Derek and I were the only ones left! We started talking, became "online bestfriends", with nothing more than innocent flirting, and we eventually decided to meet up together with that mutual friend. It was love at first site, and we started dating a week after, and have been ever since!
One day you'll be telling us how you met YOUR prince charming :D Yay!
Best of luck,
|hopeful on May 21, 2010 @ 12:36 am|
thank you so much for the response, you're so encouraging!
|You're welcome on May 21, 2010 @ 01:24 pm|
Awe, you're welcome! :)
Ali de Bold
|I met mine when I'd given up on May 21, 2010 @ 05:41 pm|
I was 25 when I met my husband and at that point had decided I wanted to remain single. I had some bad boyfriends and had come to the conclusion that I would just enjoy being single and doing my own thing. I signed up for a beach volley ball team, took some classes for things I was interested in and invested in a trainer. I basically just did all the things I wanted to do.
When Alex and I met we were friends first for a few months before we started dating. We played on the same beach volley ball team. I was the worst, he was the best. It was history from there.
Just think: Better to be single and enjoying your life than tied down to a guy who isn't right for you!
|Not Settling on May 23, 2010 @ 10:45 pm|
Thanks for the advice, I'm definitly going to remember that it's better to be single and enjoying life everytime I feel a bit lonely and get the urge to call him. I've taken your advice to heart, I spent the entire weekends with my girlfriends enjoying myself instead of having a pity party. I'm beginning to realize all I need is a little paitence.