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In short, wading into the online dating world has left me a bit depressed about finding someone new. I'm starting to think getting out and volunteering is going to be my best bet of meeting You just need LESS negative masking emotions. To me, that’s what online dating is perfect for. It sweeps away layers of stress and anxiety and uncertainty and gives people who don’t have Online dating is making me incredibly depressed. So around the new year I became single, it was in quite a long relationship where there was little physical intimacy and I felt trapped. It Online dating depresses me. Venting. Bumble is okay actually and i get way more success on there but tinder is downright depressing. It seems like tinder only ever shows me girls out of This method worked for me cause I eliminated guys(and girls, I date women too) whose values I didn't like fundamentally and allowed me to have a similar ground with men who did tick my ... read more

As with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and email, I checked it compulsively with the hope that some exciting notification would greet me on the homepage. But it rarely did. I also realized that when I used Tinder, I was swiping compulsively to try to find out who my "super likes" were, often not even reading profiles. I wasn't even messaging the people I matched with—I just wanted the ego boost of getting a match.

Between the thrill of receiving a notification and the game-like aspect of swiping, I was no longer even making the conscious choice to engage in it. I felt like a lab rat mindlessly chasing its next pellet of food. A recent study in Computers in Human Behavior found that phone addiction causes depression and anxiety, and in my experience, online dating addiction has the same effects. When you rely on something for self-esteem or excitement, you feel disappointed when you don't see these rewards and you withdraw from other sources of happiness.

During the times I slipped on my hiatus and went on OKCupid, I realized I felt a sense of dread as the homepage loaded because I associated the site with disappointment and rejection.

I hadn't even noticed these feelings before because they were overridden by the hope that I'd get that rare good message. It's like gambling: The hope of winning is so strong and motivating, you don't even realize you're losing most of the time.

With fewer avenues to receive validation about my attractiveness, I sincerely began to believe my looks had declined at the tender age of 25, I know. Of course, nothing about me had changed, so this line of reasoning didn't actually make any sense. Once I got over that hump, it was nice to not have people constantly evaluating how good my photos looked, and I think it made me, in turn, a bit less preoccupied with my looks.

When I was online dating, I was getting worried that I'd been single for two whole years —as if that was a lot. I wondered what was wrong with me that made my dating attempts unsuccessful. But once dating stopped being such a big part of my life and I wasn't virtually surrounded by people seeking a partner, I began to realize a few years is not a long time at all. It just felt long because I wasn't comfortable being single—and I wasn't comfortable being single because I just hadn't allowed myself to be.

Even when I wasn't dating anyone, I was trying to date someone. I may not have had a significant other, but I had prospects. Once I let go of the motivation to be coupled up, I lost that sense of urgency because I realized that being single is not unpleasant. It's actually a lot less stressful than being in a suboptimal relationship. When I met my partner, I was in the opposite mindset from when I was online dating.

I was just looking for fun and maybe a hookup, not a relationship. And that's probably why I met the right person shortly thereafter. Instead of wondering whether he'd like me, I was wondering, "Do I like him?

Seeing that contrast made me realize how nervous and desperate to please I'd been in the past. No wonder none of my dates had gone anywhere! While nervous people come off like they have something to be nervous about, confident people come off like they have something to be confident about—and others want to know what that something is.

By Sam Reed. By Carrie Wittmer. After I went on my first date during my break, I realized why I took the break in the first place: Because when I like someone, I get a little intense. My internal dialogue becomes a series of thoughts like, "Did he text me back yet?

You just met the dude. Getting more comfortable being single helped me see what lengths I'd gone to in order to avoid singledom. I look back on some of my former relationships and think, "Why did I put up with that? By taking a step back out of my dating life and reflecting on it, I was able to identify another reason online dating didn't work out for me: I went on too many dates that left me thinking, You're nice enough and cute enough and smart enough but I thought that was just because they weren't the right match, but the truth was I was also being a shitty person to match with.

I was engaging in small talk and not opening up about anything remotely personal. When I met my partner, on the other hand, I was an open book—and we fell in love almost immediately. After dating for two years and not seeing anything work out, I got really jaded.

I went into dates with a sense of dread, thinking each one was another couple hours of my life I'd probably be wasting. That attitude had become a self-fulfilling prophecy. I don't think women or men have an advantage. It all depends on the site. On SeniorFriendFinder, women seem to have the advantage.

Same on AdultFriendFinder. However, on Match. com, there are so many gorgeous women that I had too much competition. I'm glad you brought up this subject. I think Internet dating can be depressing for members of both sexes, unless you find someone with whom you click.

Just remember. You only need to find one person! Foxy lady that is my experience. I like men over 6ft and this is stated on my dating page. I am 5ft 7 and get messaged by men whom are 5ft 6. I don't like bald men either but still get bombarded. They r all over weight, unkempt taking no consideration towards their appearance. They also lie quite frequently in their aim to impress.

Men seem to be all frogs and I feel I will never find my prince. I don't want a player and the site is full if them Playing n cheating is why my exes and I broke up. Men on the site also lie about their jobs whereas I don't I am highly intelligent and have a high flying job. Foxy lady I really hope to meet my prince but I have been single now for 5 months and have literally given up hope. U r right about match. com too much competition and u have to work hard, plenty of fish It's as above and zoosk is just a waste of time as well.

Bars and clubs U r right players or married men. Where are the good men these days? I suspect many of the so-called good ones are already taken. Prior to joining a dating site, I had a stormy relationship which almost ruined me for other men.

I was widowed at the time, and I guess I was looking for excitement. Well, I sure got that, but the man was definitely not relationship material. Seven months isn't a long time for a gal to be looking. It took me about two years to find my husband, and I was the one who approached him which is usually not my style. In July of , I saw his picture on a dating site, but he was looking for women between the ages of 40 and 58 and I was around So, I wrote to him and said I know I don't fit your age range, but something about your picture and profile piqued my interest.

He responded within a half hour and told me that his late wife would have been a month older than I am, so age wasn't an issue, and the rest, as we say, is history. I used to make up names for these sites.

Some of the names weren't very nice. Basically, because people can be anyone they want to be on these sites, they take advantage of this and lie through their teeth. I actually saw a man who posted a picture of a guy who resembled Frank Sinatra. He also was quite articulate and called himself Joe. I agreed to meet him, but, when I did, he looked at least 10 years older than his picture and he wanted me to get into his truck.

I told him "No thank you", waited till he drove off first so he couldn't follow me home and left. To add insult to injury, this Joe guy went on another dating site, didn't post a picture and called himself "Frank" and approached me again. I responded by writing, "If your name is really Frank and not Joe, I'm willing to meet you. I decided to phone him at a different time and his voice mail said, "This is Joe.

Please leave me a message and I'll get back to you. I wish you luck in finding someone on a dating site. I tried Zoosk, OkCupid, Eharmony. com, Match. com, SeniorFriendFinder and AdultFriendFinder. SeniorFriendFinder worked out the best for me, except for the fact that women on there were, I hate to say it, "old biddies" and they didn't like me because they considered me competition - lol.

Yeah I know foxie its finding that one prince. It's been 5 months since we split and I am desperately lonely and feel I need a man to fill the void.

What's making it worse is that the ex told me not to get a bf as he needed to sort himself out. He was an alcoholic and very abusive verbally to me. Funny thing is that he didn't verbally abuse his ex wife as she put up n shut up about his drinking. Me I just couldn't , I couldn't watch the man I loved drink himself to death and for that he punished me severely by having a one night stand although I found weeks if texts so I suspect it was more than this and then just walking out the door leaving me with 2 kids and not a look back.

What makes me cry is the why did he do this as just the day before we were looking at buying a new home and we was getting married in November.

Never looked back once and has done no contact with me since June 1st when he left with all contact initiated by me. I present as being desperate to fill my void and I sit at home asking god why he allowed my ex to meet a new gf in which they have just clicked and I hear off my kids he tells her he lives her.

So he is happy and yet I sit at home alone. I have visions if their relationship lasting with no abuse especially as I hear she is timid and will put up with his drink. So he has landed on his feet , will probably go on to marry this one and he will continue to blame me for our split by telling his family I told u it was her my new gf has no problem with my drink. I question why god allowed him to have met the love in a new gf when I sit here lonely and I did nothing at all wrong to him.

Where's the karma and fairness in that it should be him lonely not me. He will never regret leaving me he is narcistic and has all the traits of being So. When will karma get him and when will I be happy. I have been trying to kid myself that I am over him I am not and I cry daily. Even the split with my ex husband of 11 years never hit me this hard. Alcoholic abusive and cheater and the loneliness makes me feel I want him back.

My days are so hard full of self pity and thoughts about him. I just want to meet my prince and karma to repay him for what he did. God life is so hard for me. that's the thing about online dating. You have men and women who aren't perfect 10s physically, but they're great people.

My observation as man is that I can't even get a response from women who are average to above average looking, and I realize beauty is subjective, but I'm not going for the high maintenance 'babes' -- because I don't want that.

I am the kind of man that women on there claim they want, but we can't even have a conversation. While my ex was very attractive to me, she had smarts and the qualities I look for. We were able to build out attraction over who we are and the physical didn't matter as much. We both kind of lucked out there.

If she looked like the women that message me on these sites, it wouldn't have worked. She made a huge mistake leaving. The break up was all on her and I can't control that, but I digress So what am I to do? I am in my early 30s, debt free except for my mortgage, have a dog, a car, and a Harley.

I know what I want in a woman and that's all I'm missing. I want to have my own family. My ex and I isolated ourselves socially a little bit, so there's a lot of loneliness right now. House feels very empty. I can be happy when I'm by myself, however I like being in a healthy relationship. I don't have a bunch of unreasonable requirements, but I won't settle either.

I don't know where I should be looking. Hi I agree I am not after perfect 10's either. I don't want a FTP dead gorgeous man as the likelihood will be that he will be big headed and will not treat a woman correctly. But dating sites seem to be full of stunners who are after one thing or men that are completely unattractive. Like you I did not expect to be in this position as my ex was well aware I wanted a life time partner.

Like you I am independent , have a high flying job, have a lovely 4 bed house, have a lot to offer. I feel just like you. My house is empty cold and lonely when my 2 children are with my ex. I became co-dependent on my ex due to his alcohol issues and the loneliness has hit me hard as with the abusive things he said I have days when I do not know my self worth. It's harder in ur late thirties and upwards as like foxie lady has said the good ones are already taken.

I am 40 and am finding it so hard to meet a genuine person. I get almost insulted at the men that bombard me on these poor dating sites and when I have spent 3 months looking on the sites and I see nothing but scraps it becomes disheartening. I need my void filled to help myself as well as I know My tears are because of loneliness. I wish luck to both of us as on these sites we are sure going to need it x.

Stay with it chantydani. Don't get disheartened. It may take a little time, but do try and focus on you, and not seek approval or get your self-esteem needs met by men.. Look for independence in those areas and when you find a good man, as you will in time, you wont need him as much..

I guess one thing to keep in mind is that there are people like us out there. Some left us and others left because of the people they were with weren't good people or had too many issues. I say you shouldn't have any trouble finding someone being a pretty woman, but I'm in somewhat the same boat -- can't even get one to even start a conversation with me on these sites! How the heck can they know me if they won't even do that? It's so frustrating.

I joined a new gym in town that just opened today, but I have no idea if that's a place to meet people. I always worked out at home or outside. Maybe just being a friendly and harmless face will pay off there someday.

I'm not going to sit in the bars and troll for women who are more likely than not going to have issues. I though about going to a church, but that feels wrong to go just to meet women.

I believe in God, but that's besides the point. I just don't know what to do. Most of my friends are married, having kids, or getting married. Hi johnny nice to hear from you again.

Hope you are well and thanks for your response. You are again correct as I do indeed feel I need a man to value my self worth and its wrong that I feel that way. I am now thinking of joining a gym although I am thin anyway as I hear exercise helps self esteem issues.

I still have my ups and downs and I really feel someone needs to wrap a baseball bat around my head to drum it in that I have list nothing but an abusive man who was an alcoholic and a cheat and I now have peace.

I was at a party recently at a friends and I became tearful under the influence of alcohol. A complete stranger asked me what was wrong A lad of only 25 years of age. I poured my heart out to him between my sobs. I asked him why no men in clubs etc approached me. He said its because your good looking at men are too wary of the knock back. That upset me more as men don't know me so its funny how they judge. I am tall, really long legs and get nothing but stares with no approaches.

I remember all my exes feeling that I was going to cheat because of my looks but I never did. My exes best mate also tells me no way would he approach me if he never knew me. But its like johnny and foxielady said keep persevering and do not lose hope. If we give up and don't put ourselves out there then we may be single for a long time.

I am going to do what the guru's say and keep trying as they are the experts! In fact I am going to at least eye up every average to above Average man I see now and see where that gets me lol. No one understands why I have been single for 5 months but maybe like johnny has said it does not help me when I don't value me as I am sure men can see sadness in my eyes.

Yeah, my ex was 6 feet tall and I'm 6' 6" and she would always get stared at, but so far as I know nobody ever tried to approach her either. In the bars it's all the superficial stuff.

Which is fine if that's what you're looking for. I would rather just get to know someone by talking, which is why the online dating thing seemed appealing to me. I met my ex online, but it wasn't online dating. She grew to like me through mutual interests and she pursued me. It ended up being the best relationship I ever had. I don't understand it. The loneliness is the worst part. Yes the loneliness is awful.

It's what I cry over. I hate it. It's though I need the void to be filled but like johnny has said we should not need a replacement partner to fill the void and loneliness so it is clear we both need to do some more work on our confidence etc. I am going to continue to try Internet dating. I have met 7 men by talking to them over many weeks on dating sites, have met with them and established that they lie to impress, have used old photos, have gained significant weight, or have talked about their exes non stop.

Although you may talk to women for weeks on a dating site, do not expect them to be as they portray As I have unfortunately found out. I only meet people for 2 hours on first date but the one I met last night required a bail out after 20 minutes. I went to use the toilet and phoned my friend to request that she phoned me in 5 mins to pretend her car had broken down and for me to come and get her.

So she did and I promptly apologised and left. Why did I do this Because I sat there listening to some 35 year old chav telling me all about being done for street racing, that his dad owned a 3.

On and on. I thought do you know what mate stuff this! I had been speaking to him daily for 4 weeks. Communication will not mean you will meet a genuine honest person. Where are the good ones gone!! I don't know about the loneliness stuff. I keep busy, work a regular 40 hour week, work out and walk my dog when I get home, and try to do stuff with friends when they aren't at a bar or with their families.

I drink, but right now I don't. Part of my process of healing has been to put all of my efforts in eating 'clean' and working out to get those emotions out, so I gave up alcohol. Not hard for me, but I'm doing it anyways. I just miss having a woman around, so is that loneliness? You go from having that female touch whenever you want it to not at all.

I don't need it -- I want it. Is that wrong? That said, it needs to be from someone I want to be with. I worked out my issues a long time ago, and while there's always room for personal growth, I'm at a place where I'm ready for the next relationship.

I miss having a man around so I suppose its a void in my life that I want filled. You have a void you miss a womans touch. I go to bed on my own and I miss cuddling up with a man and having him to rely on. I think your self esteem issues are better then mine and I need to improve myself to you level. I note you go to the gym and you say it gets your emotions out I plan to join a gym.

Previously whenever I have been single I get into a rebound or relationship straight away hence the reason none of them worked. Like you I think its right that we don't just settle for anyone as it won't last and we will just end up hurting the person we got involved with when we didn't really want them.

I will stick to my standards as you should as like the guru's have said perseverance is the key. I certainly understand the loneliness all too well. After my lovely husband committed suicide, the loneliness was terrifying and wound up in a rebound relationship with a man who basically had no respect for women. Thank goodness I got out of that disaster, but I suppose you might say I went from the frying pan into the fire because my next relationship was with someone I believed was my soul mate but who wound up totally undermining my self-esteem by being psychologically abusive.

I sometimes felt like a character in FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, as this man got me to engage in unspeakable behaviors all in the name of love. The problem is that he could never tell me he loved me, and, once I realized this, and once I found out how often he had cheated on me, I was done and, as the song title goes, "Alone Again, Naturally.

I joined those dating sites where I met my husband. I look forward to his coming home every evening, and it's wonderful not to have to deal with the loneliness. As I've said many times before, I still sometimes think of my ex as my soul mate, but how could a man who never loved me be considered my soul mate? It was just a figment of my imagination. I do believe, however, that women who have been psychologically, emotionally or physically abused by men have to do some serious work in order to find a man who isn't abusive.

Maybe because my late husband was a good, loving man, I later realized what I didn't want and I met my husband. Being good-looking can be a liability to some extent, but, on the other hand, a good-looking woman has more of a chance of meeting a variety of men than a more average-looking woman.

I had the misfortune of being called "sexy" and this caused a lot of men to come on to me for the wrong reasons. Having a sweet voice and disposition didn't help either, as I was seen as an easy mark. I really wasn't an easy mark at all, except for my ex, the one I thought was my soul mate. It took me about two years to meet my husband, but I never lost hope. If you keep the faith and if you try to project confidence, you will eventually meet someone who is suitable for you.

Remember that relationships are a compromise, but no one should have to settle for less than a loving one. The gym in my town just opened today, but I have a brand new rowing machine I use every morning, I do free weights after work, and then usually walk the dog every night.

Winter is coming though, so the gym opening is a welcome thing. I have found that regular exercise keeps my mind fairly occupied, and when I'm thinking during it, it helps me fuel what I'm doing. It's all for me though, so that's the good thing. I also just feel better and more energetic. Coupling it with a good diet and plenty of sleep and it puts me in a good place. Yep, the desire for a woman around is highly appealing. It can't just be anyone, so I will stay patient and as positive as I can.

The online dating scene has gotten me a bit down, so I question if that's where I should be. You'll be okay! Try out the gym. Do you know any other females who you could go along with as a guest to see if it's something that will give you that boost it gives me? Hi foxielady thanks for the response.

I first created an OKCupid account in , and for nearly five years, online dating and I had a tumultuous, on-and-off relationship. Then, in December of , I decided I would take a break from online dating—and that unlike my previous "breaks," this one would last for more than a few weeks. It's actually ended up lasting a year because after seven months, I met someone—and it was IRL. The biggest reason I had for deleting my dating apps was just an insufficient return on investment.

Whether because we didn't have much in common or we weren't willing to put in much effort, my conversations rarely left the texting stage. When they did, second dates were rare and thirds were almost unheard of.

I started feeling exhausted at just the thought of another date filled with small talk and attempts to put my best foot forward. But being a quitter paid off. And while it might not be the right choice for you, here are a few things I learned from this "break" that became a full-on renouncement of dating apps:. If you had told me this a year ago, I probably would've responded, "Yeah, anything is possible—but it sure ain't likely.

But people had relationships before dating apps existed and—surprise! It took a little while, but when I was putting less energy into scoping out prospects on dating apps, I had more time for parties, spontaneous encounters, and other ways to meet people. I ended up meeting my partner at a nightclub while on vacation in Ibiza with a girlfriend. Back when FOMO was keeping me glued to my apps, I wish someone had reassured me other prospects would come my way if I looked up for a second.

Right after I decided to stop going on OKCupid, I actually had to stop my hands from typing the "o" into my browser when I wanted a work break OK I slipped up a few times, I'll admit it. As with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and email, I checked it compulsively with the hope that some exciting notification would greet me on the homepage.

But it rarely did. I also realized that when I used Tinder, I was swiping compulsively to try to find out who my "super likes" were, often not even reading profiles. I wasn't even messaging the people I matched with—I just wanted the ego boost of getting a match. Between the thrill of receiving a notification and the game-like aspect of swiping, I was no longer even making the conscious choice to engage in it. I felt like a lab rat mindlessly chasing its next pellet of food.

A recent study in Computers in Human Behavior found that phone addiction causes depression and anxiety, and in my experience, online dating addiction has the same effects. When you rely on something for self-esteem or excitement, you feel disappointed when you don't see these rewards and you withdraw from other sources of happiness.

During the times I slipped on my hiatus and went on OKCupid, I realized I felt a sense of dread as the homepage loaded because I associated the site with disappointment and rejection. I hadn't even noticed these feelings before because they were overridden by the hope that I'd get that rare good message.

It's like gambling: The hope of winning is so strong and motivating, you don't even realize you're losing most of the time. With fewer avenues to receive validation about my attractiveness, I sincerely began to believe my looks had declined at the tender age of 25, I know. Of course, nothing about me had changed, so this line of reasoning didn't actually make any sense.

Once I got over that hump, it was nice to not have people constantly evaluating how good my photos looked, and I think it made me, in turn, a bit less preoccupied with my looks.

When I was online dating, I was getting worried that I'd been single for two whole years —as if that was a lot. I wondered what was wrong with me that made my dating attempts unsuccessful. But once dating stopped being such a big part of my life and I wasn't virtually surrounded by people seeking a partner, I began to realize a few years is not a long time at all.

It just felt long because I wasn't comfortable being single—and I wasn't comfortable being single because I just hadn't allowed myself to be. Even when I wasn't dating anyone, I was trying to date someone. I may not have had a significant other, but I had prospects.

Once I let go of the motivation to be coupled up, I lost that sense of urgency because I realized that being single is not unpleasant. It's actually a lot less stressful than being in a suboptimal relationship.

When I met my partner, I was in the opposite mindset from when I was online dating. I was just looking for fun and maybe a hookup, not a relationship.

And that's probably why I met the right person shortly thereafter. Instead of wondering whether he'd like me, I was wondering, "Do I like him? Seeing that contrast made me realize how nervous and desperate to please I'd been in the past. No wonder none of my dates had gone anywhere! While nervous people come off like they have something to be nervous about, confident people come off like they have something to be confident about—and others want to know what that something is. By Sam Reed. By Carrie Wittmer.

After I went on my first date during my break, I realized why I took the break in the first place: Because when I like someone, I get a little intense. My internal dialogue becomes a series of thoughts like, "Did he text me back yet? You just met the dude. Getting more comfortable being single helped me see what lengths I'd gone to in order to avoid singledom.

I look back on some of my former relationships and think, "Why did I put up with that? By taking a step back out of my dating life and reflecting on it, I was able to identify another reason online dating didn't work out for me: I went on too many dates that left me thinking, You're nice enough and cute enough and smart enough but I thought that was just because they weren't the right match, but the truth was I was also being a shitty person to match with.

I was engaging in small talk and not opening up about anything remotely personal. When I met my partner, on the other hand, I was an open book—and we fell in love almost immediately.

After dating for two years and not seeing anything work out, I got really jaded. I went into dates with a sense of dread, thinking each one was another couple hours of my life I'd probably be wasting.

That attitude had become a self-fulfilling prophecy. Once I got over my burnout a bit, I started to go in thinking, "I might actually like this person. And sometimes, all you need to shift that mindset is a break. By Dr. Nan Wise. By Meghan Rose. Style Beauty Entertainment Wellness Culture Video Women of the Year. Dating sites can cause major anxiety A recent study in Computers in Human Behavior found that phone addiction causes depression and anxiety, and in my experience, online dating addiction has the same effects.

Those swipes can seriously affect your self-esteem With fewer avenues to receive validation about my attractiveness, I sincerely began to believe my looks had declined at the tender age of 25, I know.

Being single for a while is really not a problem When I was online dating, I was getting worried that I'd been single for two whole years —as if that was a lot.

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level 2. · 8 yr. ago 27/F - seeking green card marriage. Going on OkCupid dates is almost like masturbating - getting a date feels good, it feels like you're doing something, but ultimately In short, wading into the online dating world has left me a bit depressed about finding someone new. I'm starting to think getting out and volunteering is going to be my best bet of meeting This method worked for me cause I eliminated guys(and girls, I date women too) whose values I didn't like fundamentally and allowed me to have a similar ground with men who did tick my Online dating is making me incredibly depressed. So around the new year I became single, it was in quite a long relationship where there was little physical intimacy and I felt trapped. It You just need LESS negative masking emotions. To me, that’s what online dating is perfect for. It sweeps away layers of stress and anxiety and uncertainty and gives people who don’t have AdJoin Millions of Americans Finding Love Online With Our Top 5 Sites For Relationships! See Why Singles Love These Dating Sites. Find Something Serious Or Casual. Start Today!Types: Online Dating, Senior Dating, Gay Dating, Lesbian Dating ... read more

It's what I cry over. I'm a busy professional with my own home, so free time is somewhat limited. I hadn't even noticed these feelings before because they were overridden by the hope that I'd get that rare good message. you are far from alone in this. After I went on my first date during my break, I realized why I took the break in the first place: Because when I like someone, I get a little intense. I hear all of these success stories, but everyone I talk to is striking out just like me.

just google the manosphere and prepare to take a wild ride down the rabbit hole. Found out my Boyfriend was Talking to a Online dating depresses me of Other girls online - is it cheating? That's just my type when it comes to the superficial stuff. Well, my excitement got the better of me. But dating sites seem to be full of stunners who are after one thing or men that are completely unattractive. Like you, online dating depresses me, for a while, I started questioning my own attractiveness, as I was approached by the homeliest men, and I happen to prefer tall men with light hair and light eyes.

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