Okay I have been single for 11 months now, and it’s starting to get to me. I am too the point I am tired of being alone all the time. 11 months ago I was in a long term relationship that ended with me being broken emotionally. In the last year I have lost contact with everyone I have ever known because I became so depressed that I didn’t want to talk to anyone or do anything. Now I have changed a lot in the last few months I have finally gotten sober, and am going back to school, and actually getting up out of bed. I just don’t know how to meet new people. I don’t want to go to a bar and meet people because that’s just not who I am any more. Does anyone have any ideals to how I can put myself back out there?
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I can relate to that, I was married for 13 years. I would suggest that you first get a handle on knowing yourself, don't make judgments based on feelings as those things could be wrong and based on past experiences which could lead to missed opportunities. I would take a Myers/Briggs test online and do it when in a neutral or fairly good mood. Once you know your personality type and you message me I'll show you all about yourself and what direction to move in. The key to overcoming depression is to change your focus, if you are focusing on depressing crap then yeah you're going to be depressed, how about celebrating sobriety and a new chance at life, you've done good for yourself so far keep it up. And by the way you were never the bar type person, you were just lost, who you were at age 3 is most likely who you still are. With a little fine tuning and a full tank of gas, you'll be back on a good path in no time, keep your chin up!! :)0