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I feel like no part of my life is on track. I have been single for 6 months and am unable to find any kind of fulfilling relationship while it feels like other people around me are settling down into long term relationships. I feel so lonely. I was recently taken out of a student teaching placement because the teacher decided that I wasn't up to her standards: issues for me that are largely related to disorganization as well as depression and anxiety. This was a huge shock for me and I feel directionless and don't know what to do.
I have have been looking for work. A guy that I was casually seeing recommended me for an open position where he works and just as I ended things with him because he's looking for a casual hookup while I am looking for a relationship. I really like him but the disparity between our needs was becoming too painful.
I've had two recent occasions where I have been rejected by men I was interested in and started to cry... Alcohol was involved in both of these situations. In the more recent one, a guy I thought was sending me signals (because the supposed signals were pointed out by a friend of mine) ended up flirting with a girl who's also my friend. She asked if it was okay with me if she pursued that. I told her it was and then left and began to cry elsewhere in the bar. I couldn't find my purse and therefore could not leave. She found it for me and walked me home since the guy she flirted with was unavailable that night.
I am am feeling very worthless, useless, and unlikable. I struggle with my weight and wonder if it will keep me from ever finding a relationship even though I want to believe I can find a man who likes me for who I am. I'm starting to believe he's not out there.
I'm 30, male. My bf is 29, male. We've been together for 10 years exactly and through it all he's been very introvert and shy due to an abbreviated psychological diagnosis. We've always been everything to each other. The greatest love story ever told.
Lately, though, he's become extremely extrovert. Lots of new friends. Less time for me. And now I discover that he's ...
I met the girl of my dreams at McDonalds of all places 4 years ago. She worked there. I noticed her for her pretty smile and I had no clue that she was the one for me. We started off talking and I had never felt nervous around a girl before till her. I couldnt even eat in front of her for the risk of accidental sloppyness. I then came across her on&nb...