Added: Renea Greggs - Date: 02.08.2021 12:36 - Views: 32068 - Clicks: 4886
Start new discussion. View un-answered posts. You can personalise what you see on TSR. Tell us a little about yourself to get started. Can't find any interesting discussions? Update your preferences. Ask a question. Log in. up. What would you like to say? Your discussion will live here Start typing, we will pick a forum for you.
Student Finance England. Part-time and temporary employment. Everyday issues. Friends, family and work. Student Surveys and Research. TSR apps. Study forums. Forums by section. Popular university forums. Popular study forums. News and lifestyle forums. GCSE home and forums. Subjects A-H. Subjects I-Z. A-level home and forums. Subjects A-G. Subject H-Z. Study help home. Choose your level. Grow your Grades. Home and forums. Guides and tools. Personal statement. Popular now.
Uni home and forums. Student life.
Subjects A-F. Subjects G-Z. Careers home and forums. Industry forums. More industry forums. Careers advice. Talk relationships. EU Students. Further information. News forums. Entertainment forums.
Other interests. Home […] Forums Life and style Relationships. Confused about Clearing? Go to first unread. Skip to :. Report Thread starter 9 years ago 1. I don't have a large social circle and the majority of my friends are girls. I mean, is there a point just getting into any relationship if I have the opportunity to see if it will make me happy? Any advice would be greatly appreciated and I'll take it all on board. Not what you're looking for? Report Thread starter 9 years ago 2. I guess no one wants to read through my lengthy post I would honestly love some advice.
Maybe someone who was in a similar situation once? Vulpix Badges: Report 9 years ago 3. I think that having a boyfriend for the sake of having one is silly.
I didn't have a boyfriend until I went to uni when I was 19, but it never bothered me because I had great friends, lo of interests and was happy being single. I suggest that you find other things that interest you like ing a sports club to fill your time, and maybe by broadening your social group you'll meet someone with similar interests.
Either way, don't worry about it too much since having a boyfriend really isn't the be all and end all of life! Report 9 years ago 4. Report Thread starter 9 years ago 5. If anyone would pm me instead, I'd also really appreciate that. Mr Smurf Badges: Report 9 years ago 6. You're a girl. It can't be that hard to get a boyfriend if you make the first move.
AverageJoe92 Badges: 9. Report 9 years ago 7. As a guy I would I want to have a boyfriend so bad most guys are quite shy when it comes to asking a girl out. If you make yourself more approachable then guys will be a bit less reluctant. Badges: Report 9 years ago 8. Yeah well I'm 18 and would like a girlfriend but life doesn't always give you what you want now does it. Report Thread starter 9 years ago 9. Original post by Vulpix I think that having a boyfriend for the sake of having one is silly. Report 9 years ago Report Thread starter 9 years ago Original post by idontknowwhattodo Lol, you cannot expect answers here.
Observe what is making you who you are. All answers come from within. You are atleast not a virgin. Myself is 19 years old, Im male and I have not even held a girls hand expect in the nursery when we used to go round together in circles. Yawn11 Badges: Drunk Punx Badges: Original post by Mr Smurf You're a girl. Hijabby Badges: 0. I'm 18 and have never been in a relationship due to religous reasons.
But tbh it doesn't bother me, and it shouldn't bother you either.
I do feel that I'm unable to talk too guys because of this and it really does not help my confidence one little bit. You've just got too accept that this is life and if you want something really bad then you've got too make the right move before it's too late.I want to have a boyfriend so bad
email: [email protected] - phone:(791) 404-5885 x 8720
I Want a Boyfriend So Bad, How Can I Get One?