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Relying to Lonely and Depressed

I was in the same situation a couple of years ago. I've learnt that you mustn't concentrate on the whole picture. Take small steps. Maybe start a new hobby and post a message on the New Friends section asking if there's anybody out there who wants to try this new hobby as well ... But most of all don't concentrate on meeting a new partner. See it as an adventure. Just to see what happens. You may make new friends, you may not - the point is you will have made a step to get out there and see what's on offer. That in itself may make you feel better about yourself. For me, after a couple of years trying to meet new people I have to admit I'm still not in a relationship. However, I feel a lot better about myself because I've got out there and had a go at meeting new people and I've made a few friends. I won't pretend, it's hard! But making the effort may or may not get you exactly what you want straight away - but will help you feel more positive ... and who knows where that'll lead??

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