Nope. Still not, and I likely never will.
Nope. Still not, and I likely never will.
I've never been in one, but you can't say to yourself that you likely never will. I know many people have that sentiment, but it's just not true. If you try to make something work with someone, it can happen. It may take several tries, or a good amount of time, but we can all do it. I'm 20 and I've never been on a date, but I'm not losing hope, because it's my fault I haven't been assertive or confident enough to try. I think I'm finally getting there though, and so can everyone else.
I've never been in one. I'm too shy and innocent for it. XD I've never really wanted one, either...I don't think I've ever liked someone in that way. Then again, I'm only 15, who knows what will happen as I get older. :P
I'm 27 years old and I never been in a relationship either, and I'm also not even searching for one. I'm helping to take care of my grandma first. Maybe in the future I might meet someone.
I never been in a relationship...and would like to keep it that way. Being single rocks! Though throughout my high school years, I did have this crush on this girl who was really nice unlike the rest of my peers who were just complete jerks. We did talk to each other several times in class, but I would never go far as to ask her to be my girlfriend. That would have been very difficult and hectic for me to handle. Now you may be thinking "That could have been your big chance!" Yea-No. If I did ask her to be my girlfriend at the time, it would have interfered with my school work, my job, and my family. I am now 21. I like every bit of not being in a relationship.
I have a grandma and I love her, but the present and the future take priority over the past. It's OK if your mom/dad is on charge of your grandma and you assist them a bit, but postponing YOUR social life is the worst idea ever. Because one day you grandma will go and the older you get, the harder is recovering your social life. You're losing your best years.
I'm 24 this year...and still single. Been through a blind date which failed, and tried to look for someone... and that turned out to be a fail as well.
I kept wondering, though - why, even though I crave for a boyfriend I had never been able to be in a relationship. Do people hate me? Maybe. I'm the anti-social type anyways.
But I realized that deep down inside, I had never given up on the one person I love. I had been rejected, I even promised myself to throw away all the emotions...only to face the fact that I still love that person. What's more, I don't care if my feelings are returned or not. I'm perfectly fine with the way it is, and I wish this would last forever. My feelings for that person is also one of the few things that keep me holding on - the mere existance of that person lets me feel alive. One simple text message cheers me up so much. One phone call makes me excited. Just one chance to see that person...and I feel much too happy to sleep.
I decided to stay true to my feelings, even though it will not be returned. I am going to stop searching for a relationship, and devote myself to the person I love.
It's what would make me truly happy. Truly.
I have been in a relationship, but it didn't work out. The two of us remain close friends, but I still have feelings for her. She means everything to me. Even if I'm never going to have my feelings reciprocated, I like just being there for her. I hope to someday know her personally, but I have this fear int he back of my head that I'll get carried away if I find myself in a position where I can physically touch her and speak to her face-to-face. She's my best friend, and I love her in a way that I've never loved anyone before, and even if I'll never be able to call her "mine" again, I want to be with her, and I want to be in a position where she can come to me about anything that's troubling her. I want to be something in her life that's permanent, will never go away, and will always be something for her to lean on. I don't know how I'd feel if she found someone new to play the role I once did, but it's not much better as is. I'm never going to be more than a friend to her ever again, and yet I still feel like I want to spend the rest of my life in the closest proximity to her. Just still being on good terms with her and not being something that she wishes she could forget, means the world to me.
I'm rambling, I'll stop now.
I am in not in a relationship, and probably won't be anytime soon, as I'm not finding a young man that interests me.
There was one who showed interest in me in school, but he acted like an immature prick to me before, so I rejected him. To be honest, I'm better off without him.
I'm in Middle School. I've got a ways to go until dating will actually become important to me (after college). But a lot of people in my grade are completely immersed in the whole reality show type "DRAMA BOMBS". I try to ignore it, but this whole mentality is starting to seep into my own group of friends. There's this one kid who keeps trying to set people up with each other, for whatever reasons. Last couple he successfully pulled off lasted a week. Now he's trying to get me together with this girl I know but don't like "that way", and I know she doesn't like me "that way". Actually a lot of people are jumping on the "IRLSHIPPING" bandwagon. They're trying to turn a Brother-Sister type relationship into a BF-GF type relationship.
Now that I'm getting off topic here, my final statements:
I'm single. I plan to be single for a long time.
I haven't and I'm 17. I could probably get in one if I truly wanted to, but that would only be if it made the other person happy. Other than that, I plan on staying single my entire life to prevent myself and other people from getting emotional scars.
I dont want to be in a relationship anyways. A lot of guys I know are douchepotatoes, or I just don't want to be in a relationship with them anyways.