“Relationship Advice” for Singles – Don’t Give Up


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Also, please check out these resources for “Relationship Advice”

• Relationship Advice – Huffington Post
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/relationship-advice/
The Huffington Post
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• Relationship Advice: The Male Perspective – Women’s Health
http://www.womenshealthmag.com/…relationships/what-men-…
Women’s Health
Has your beau got you stumped? We’ve got the answers—straight from the WH Guy Next Door—to your common sex snags, love troubles, and relationship …
• Relationship Advice – Marie Claire
http://www.marieclaire.com › Love & Sex › Sex & Love Advice
Marie Claire
Just about any relationship in your life can be complicated. That’s why we’ve rounded up some of the best relationship advice and tips we could find to help you …
• Dating and Relationship Advice – Cosmopolitan
http://www.cosmopolitan.com/dating-relationship-advice/
Cosmopolitan
From navigating relationship trouble to helping your love life go the distance, we’ve got all the dating advice you’ll ever need from your first date to something …

20 comments

  1. No one deserves my love. People are abusive. I have Ulcerative Colitis and may be alone for the rest of my life.
    So glad you met “Rob”

  2. Look at the comments.
    All the coments about no giving up are written by women.

    Men are giving up. The reward for accomplishing bioligical and social expectations are not worth.

  3. Love, much like anger, is a temporary feeling. It’s unrealistic and unhealthy to pursue love. Better to train the mind and spirit for order, contentment and decency.

  4. Women have it SO easy. All they have to do is just stand there. Men have to do a moutain full of bullshit only to get rejected ..

  5. I want a relationship. I’ve been single for at least 10 years+ in total. I’ve had only two relationships and I am frustrated that every potential woman I find ends up going to another individual. I am very jealous of folks who do have a relationship because I want that happiness too. I’ve been struggling for too long and I am ready to give it all up just to end my misery and to stop wasting efforts on folks who just doesn’t see me even being there. I just can’t mentally wrestle the thoughts of having a significant other out of my mind. How do I finally just give up?

  6. If it takes me until I’m 40 years old than I won’t even bother. I have 4 years until I’m 30, if I don’t find someone by the end of this year then my choosing to give up today will be cemented.

  7. What can a female offer a man other than a 75% chance she will ruin his life?

    A Woman Needs a Man Like a Fish Needs a Bicycle.

  8. I gave up years ago.
    On paper I was everything that women were supposed to want, but the reality was that what they really wanted was borderline sociopathic bad boys.
    When I gave up it became easier to cope with the empty space beside me at night.
    Life is strange, though.
    When I was a teenager and then a 20-something I could almost not get a date, so I gave up on what was clearly a futile quest.
    After I turned 30 there was a 180 degree change in demonstrated female group preference. Women began to hit on me, asked me on dates and some propositioned me for sex.
    I found that I was unable to respond in a positive way. I had been left dead inside, by my experiences with women. There was nothing left for me to give. The link between interaction with women and unspeakable pain had been forged in steel.

  9. I gave up years ago. I’m happier now, because I’ve realized that I am much happier being single and free. Relationships made me unhappy but society told me that I was supposed to want them. Once I began to think for myself, I decided to stay single for the rest of my life, and I have never been happier with myself.

  10. Always something! Some guys just cant get what they really want. Women are so picky these day its almost impossible to be that guy!

  11. I’m 39 and have went FIVE years without dating since having two bad relationships back to back….I finally found a guy I seemed to have chemistry with and decided to go out….things went really well and he seemed very interested. Several days after the date he texted less and called less and now its been two days since I’ve even spoken to him. Needless to say this has upset me. After five years I decide to take a chance and end up right back where I started. I try to stay positive but this has really made me wonder what is wrong with me and what am I doing wrong?? #lovesucks

  12. It’s easy to tell others not to give up-but you are beautiful though-there are millions of ugly people walking around that don’t have such opportunities.  Don’t know if you agree-the best way is through common activities/interests and friendships develop + get plastic surgery if safe and if you can afford it-there is nothing wrong with this advice as well

  13. I gave up at 33. After a woman I loved with all my heart cheated on me because I let her gain too much power in the relationship.

  14. Ive been single and gay for 28 years.. never been in a relationship.. turning 29 in march.. i hope i will find and see him soon..

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