Like have you ever thought this and what makes you think this.
Most Helpful Girl
I am single but I have my moments when I wonder if I am seriously going to be alone forever. Do not get me wrong, I do not need a husband or a boyfriend to make me happy, but society likes to make single people seem like they are lonely when that is not true.2
Most Helpful Guy
I believe in general, anyone who's reached a low point in their life has had such feelings of loneliness. They don't believe they'll ever find someone to share their life and enjoy the little secrets of life we've always longed to share with another. I've heard it said that no-one worth their salt can go through life without hitting at least one low spot in their journey. If you're doing your best to find harmony around you with others, you can't help but have rejection and disappointment affect you in this way at some point.
However, even though these are natural feelings to have, it doesn't mean we have to take them to heart and allow them to have any sort of control over who we are as individuals. Being confident and assertive with ourselves gives us the adventage to improve our self-esteem overall and not allow outside forces to dictate to us how we will and will not behave, believe, or view our worth. We all want to be loved. We all want to be respected and especially we all want to have someone at our side to a mutual benefit. We're suppose to be in pairs in my opinion.
Therefore, in my opinion, I do believe that even though we do at times reach these low points in ourselves where we will get the notion we'll never find someone and we'll always be alone, we should look ourselves in the mirror and remind ourselves that this isn't how it's always going to be. Things and our situation will be better in the end... and realistically if it isn't better yet, then it isn't actually the end yet either. That's the bottom line from my perspective.0