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I have a love/hate relationship with Tinder. I won't lie, most of the time I just use it to kind of creep the guys in my area and see what's out there (am I alone on this..?). But usually the conversations go nowhere, or don't start at all. Or there's the dreaded creep who could be put up on Tinder nightmares...Anyways, I've met three guys off of Tinder in person. One meeting was just super awkward, one was a drunken nightmare, and the other turned out to be a typical [email protected]#! boi. Basically my luck has just been awful. So I want to know, does anyone have any good experiences with Tinder? I've heard of people who get into relationships from Tinder but I feel like that's a unicorn or something. Also, any good advice about meeting them for the first time? Of course I make sure I'm not being catfished before I meet with anyone, but any ways to make it less awkward? Places to go/things to do? Or escape plans. Or maybe I should just stick to meeting people the old fashioned way
Hi makeuptalk! I don't want to come across as needy or brushed off as 'another teen', but I was hoping this forum could give me some good insight; insight into a problem I cannot seem to understand or master. I'm seventeen, turning eighteen next year, and I'm in my first year of college, but have never managed to find myself in a relationship. I've never had a boyfriend, and as much as I know my destiny in life is not getting a boyfriend, a part of me is concerned that there is a deeper underlying reason. I have been to a couple parties in high school where I forced myself to kiss a few boys simply because I hoped it would unlock some new level and I would suddenly find it easier to have a relationship; but alas, I did not level up. So I guess I want to know if it's normal? I seem to have skipped a lot of social growth, having been quite emotionally dependant in high school until I realized all my friends were 'deeply in love', and then I felt lonely. And when I graduated last year and went straight onto more study, my classmates are all over twenty-five, and although I seem to relate to their way of thinking more, I still don't feel like I should. Am I in a bit of a relationship dead zone? And do you have any advice for a socially awkward girl who is studying art and loves animated movies to find a nice relationship? I guess more to the point is, should I be worried about this? Thanks
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