So the question says it all. If someone has good qualities but for various reasons has been unable to find a partner in his/her life, what do you suppose would be 'upper limit' in terms of age for him/her to stop considering the possibility of having a partner, and find other ways of making life worthwhile?
I'm 28 now, and I gave up on women after a truckload of unsuccessful attempts (either bad relationships or rejections). I have found other ways of making my life worthy of living, and I have realized that I don't need a woman to 'complete' my life or make me happy. And needless to say, I'm enjoying this 'independent' life where i don't have to be answerable to anyone.
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There many people well into their 40`s and 50`s who get divorced and yet still find another partner,... why should you give up at 28 when you`ve had none?
Having said that, now if it`s your personal choice to stay single forever, then that`s up to you.. and what you feel most comfortable with.0
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