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One woman wrote in asking why people think their “forever alone” single friends are still single.
Many women aren’t looking for a relationship and are happier being alone – and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that.
She’s a harder nut to crack, so to speak, but once you figure her out, you’ll soon realize how absolutely worth it she is. She’s completely embraced the act of being alone and as such, she’s used to completing many life tasks and making attendances to gatherings solo.
Having someone to do things with will be foreign at first, and she might opt to continue certain projects alone or hole up in her apartment to binge watch her favorite Netflix shows when you wish she was spending time with you instead.
Mainly because I've put them through tumultuous ups-and-downs over the past handful of years.
They've been there through every could-be relationship that broke my heart, every struggle I had on drunken Friday nights over two bottles of wine because I just couldn't bare the thought of going on another crappy date.“Lucky for me,” he said, “all those other guys were idiots.” To him, she was not a problem to solve, or a puzzle that needed working out. This article has been a very popular one – one of the most emailed New York Times pieces this week – because it pretty much says that you will fall in love and that nothing has to change. And while I’m pretty sure I’m not “The Man” she refers to in the article, the tips she mentions to finding love aren’t necessarily bad ones.