Whenever it seems someone gets a little down on themselves in the love department, someone (usually already coupled up) swings by and says, cheer up, there are plenty of fish in the sea, meaning, eventually you will find someone for yourself. Well, this is actually statistically impossible because there are slightly more men then women on the planet, and that only takes into account heterosexual relationships, and people who presumably have the mental faculties or who are aren't in psychological facilities or incarcerated.
Do you really think that there is somehow someone for everyone or is there anyone willing to say that some people just won't, can't, shouldn't, aren't going to find someone out there? People are so quick to say, but you aren't trying hard enough, but I know people who are trying plenty hard and are getting no where. One would hope you aren't going to say to someone, there's no one out there for you, but do think that some people just won't end up in a relationship because the odds are against them.
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It's kind of like blood types. There are people who could get along fine with almost anyone and there are people who could get along with almost no one. If you are the latter type you have a difficult road and probably a lot of compromises ahead of you.1