My last relationship sucked. I definitely learned from it. but im afraid im not going to get another chance. My school doesn't have that many hot guys to choose from and im just worried about my future and my life.
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School is merely one way of getting to met other people. You can also met people through friends, activities outside of school, work, parties, online, [insert other social interactions here]. So let's say that there is no one compatible with you in school, that isn't the only way of meeting new people. Another thing is, just because a guy isn't "hot", doesn't mean he can't be or isn't relationship material. First off, if you come to like someone, your definition of appeal and charm will bend to your feelings and thoughts on the person. Even if that guy isn't the most handsome guy in the world, you can still see him as the most handsome person in your world, where it matters. Saying that school doesn't have hot guys and thus you won't be in a relationship with anyone there is simply a superficial way of seeing things. I mean, if you consider looks to be the most important thing in a guy, then maybe you shouldn't be in a relationship to begin with and first concentrate on maturing a little, no offense. A relationship is about finding someone that makes you feel comfortable, whole, a feeling of importance, things that make you happy, not looks. After all, if someone has those qualities in them, you will naturally feel attraction towards them.
Past relationships, be them good or bad experiences, are for you to grow and learn from yourself, from your mistakes, to figure out what you are, what you truly want, and apply yourself better the next time around, to become better, a more mature you. Let's say you screwed up in your last relationship.. Understand why it happened and correct yourself so that it doesn't occur again. Relationships are about learning about one another, learning about yourself. So apply that wisdom in your next relationship.
You are still young, with your whole life in front of you, and so many things for you to still figure out about yourself. Never is a word people use too loosely.0