Third: I’m not saying being single is all your fault, that there’s something wrong with you. Here are 12 reasons you’ve been single for a long time: knitsandshit: My sister has a friend who is 32 and I'm sure she hasn't had a boyfriend or even a date in many years.
If you’ve been single for a long time, then I’m sure that at some point, you have wondered why and how you’re still single.
This doesn’t make you anti-feminist, it doesn’t mean you’re pathetic or desperate, and it doesn’t mean you’re obsessed with finding a significant other.
But since it doesn't happen, she becomes more worried and hesitant, which feeds into her shyness. I've tried giving her advice, even for online dating, but she says it's too awkward and won't do it.
I love her to death, but I dont know how to help her if she won't find some confidence to just put herself out there.
I couldn't even tell you what type of guy she likes because her dating history is so limited.
She's very negative, selfish and exhausting to be around.She's 29 and wants to settle down, but she keeps meeting guys on Tinder and getting hurt when they want to keep things casual. I have a lot of friends who aren't honest about what they want from a guy.They act like they're okay with keeping it casual when really they want a relationship, then they wonder why things didn't get more serious. If you act like you don't want a relationship, why would the person think you do?Every conversation must revolve around her complaints.She's extremely rude and really immature (eg: she likes calling people derogatory names).She can be extremely narrow-minded, judgmental and rude and she thinks that comes across as cool and discerning. At one point I was trying to play wing woman but I just gave up.