I mean... let's just assume by "everyone", we're talking about every person in the world 18 years old, or older.
I think this is a big assumption. There might be someone for 99 percent of the population, but certainly not everyone.
Most Helpful Girl
Even if there is someone for everyone, finding the right someone at the right time seems a little astronomical, statistically speaking.
However, even believing that is true, I still find it highly probable that people find each other and make a go of it relationship-wise successfully. every day. Every day, this occurs.
People who are actively searching for a someone to be in a relationship with, can find someone. I truly believe that. I just think with some of these people it takes more time. And for some, sometimes means never.
But generally speaking, I think it works. I think people find someone that it works with, given time.
Most Helpful Guy
Don't know, but with billions of people on the planet, it seems like the probability is rather good that there's going to be at least one person out there for someone who might be reasonably compatible.
I'm not a fan of these types of fluffy sayings so much, but this one isn't bad as I see it if it gets someone to put themselves out there and socialize. At least that person is then taking the proper course of action to maximize their probability of finding someone. Otherwise even a person who has some fighting chance will weight their odds towards 0% if they don't socialize and just wait around twiddling their thumbs.
One of my least favorites is, "Just wait and you'll meet that special someone." That's horrible advice as I see it, since most of us can't just wait around, fail to socialize, expect to meet someone great, and furthermore, expect them to like us back.0