Sometimes I just feel as if there's something wrong with me or that I'm inadequate. Don't get me wrong I love seeing my friends and family happy with their other halves but sometimes I feel as if there just isn't one for me, is this normal?
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Sounds to me like it's something else your missing; in the last sentence of your question you put "i feel as if there just isn't one for me". What i'm suggesting is that there is an emotional void but maybe its not men, maybe it's a lifestyle, a certain car, a certain job, etc.
Often, i've found myself asking the same thing; never once did i believe there was something wrong with me. I wouldn't start now. Perhaps trying a new hobby or sport might fill that void temporarily until you come up with a novel idea you'd like to try. Recently i thought it would be pretty rad to travel the world just to see what the water tastes like in different areas. I think that, more than any relationship, is part of my own emotional woes - not living to my full potential.
More often than not, we get in our own way because we don't want to do these "ideas" alone; or look like some creeper for trying something no one else would dare. I've gotten to the point where i dont care anymore, it's either that i'm going to live my life, how i want, when i want, where i want.
Seeing your own value is part of what plays a huge part in that role, i may not know you but i have a general idea of a lot of people. Even some of the low-lives i meet are quite extraordinary individuals that fail to realize there's something really cool about them, even when you throw a compliment in their face.
Perhaps getting out of your routine might bring about a cascade of life-altering situations? 9/10 times im sitting at home, waiting for someone to call, and when they dont i fall back to whats comfortable rather than explore something new. I've never rode a train, can you believe it?0