Your friends etc are still single and you want them to be happy?

you could have friends, or friends or friends, that are a great catch yet there still single, why is it that people pass them up?


Most Helpful Girl

  • Maybe these friends are happy being single? Not everyone needs a relationship to be happy. Plus, a relationship shouldn't be the root of happiness for anyone. You need to love yourself first and foremost before you can love another. Relationships for the most part are not permanent. At least in the big picture. You never truly know with another person what is going to happen. That being said, it's always good to be happy no matter what and not use people to make you happy.

    There's a lot of reasons why people who seem to be great catches are often single. Maybe they just haven't met the right person? Maybe they have made bad choices on who to date? Maybe they are hung up on the wrong person, making it hard for them to have a happy stable relationship with the right person? Or perhaps they are just not interested in being in a relationship at the moment? These are all valid reasons for people to be single.

    As much as we think pairing our friends up with people is going to make them happy, it often doesn't. A relationship needs to come from a place where both people are ready, willing and want the same things. If any part of that is missing, it leads to unhappiness while with other people.

    Not all couples are happy either. I know many people who are married or commonlaw who are unhappy with their relationships. Sure they have a nice home, two incomes, some even have kids. But having that with the wrong person is not going to lead to happiness.


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What Girls Said 1

  • There are many reasons, they haven't met the right people is a big one, they don't meet enough new people, maybe they are shy or reserved, maybe the wrong body language, sometimes people are intimidated by good looking people, I could go on and on...


What Guys Said 1

  • All sorts of reasons, the primary one being that they don't put themselves out there very much.