What do you really mean inside when you say "still waiting for that right girl/boy "? Meaning towards the person your really interested in an seems right for you or keep looking which is harder to find ?
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When I was in college, I had never had a boyfriend. I was shy, slightly agoraphobic and really just focused on school and work. By my senior year, I decided it was a good thing I didn't have a boyfriend. Every other school year I kind of hoped I would meet a guy I would click with and could potentially have a relationship with but it never happened. My senior year, I knew I would have a metric ton of work to do and if I was single I wouldn't feel tied to any one place and could apply to jobs anywhere I wanted. I didn't have that silly hope of getting a boyfriend. About a week later, I met the perfect guy for me (literally my parents after only meeting him for 5 minutes said he was the male version of me, we are incredibly compatible).
Honestly, if I hadn't just been quietly waiting for a guy that felt right to me and had been more active in trying to get a guy, I probably wouldn't have ended up in a relationship with my boyfriend. I might have settled for someone who I could get along with but it seems highly unlikely any of those guys would be so compatible with me as my boyfriend I have now.
But I'm kind of lucky that I'm so shy, because I can tell which people I'd like to be closer to by how shy I am with them. I can barely hold a conversation with 90% of the population. But that 10% that I feel comfortable around when I first meet them have been some of my closest friends. I've never had to deal with any drama or other crap it seems a lot of girls have to deal with when it comes to friends and relationships. I apparently have some sort of instinct of who is good for me and I just can't connect with anyone else. If I forced myself to be more outgoing to meet more people and put more effort into finding a guy, I would probably lose that ability and would have a lot more stress in my life.
My sister, who is much more outgoing than me, has taken the more active path in finding relationships. She's had a lot more boyfriends, and has gotten hurt a lot more, but she seems to be pretty happy with where she's ended up (supposedly she expects her boyfriend to propose soon?).
Essentially, my point is depending on who you are, either path can lead you to happiness. Waiting can work out fantastically well, but you have to be very content with being single to remain happy during the waiting time. Going out and searching for someone can also work out well, but you'll probably suffer a lot more heartbreak before finding someone who works well with you. I'm an advocate of waiting just because it worked so well for me. It might not work as well for others. Its just a matter of knowing yourself, knowing the kinds of risks you want to take, and making decisions based on that.1