x_pink_x109 answered Friday July 29 2005, 5:45 pm: Of course!
You may not find the right guy RIGHT away but it takes time! You have to trust each other a whole lot and you have to respect each other a whole lot. Once you find someone who has ALL the things you want in a guy, you have found HIM!
It takes a little time but there is a speacial someone out for EVERYONE! You can't go shopping for a guy. If something is meant to be, it;s meant to be.
You want a guy that's nice, cool, sweet, hot, funny, trustworthy, confident about himself, and loving. You want him to care about EVERYTHING you do. You don't want a lazy boy.
You want him to be your dream guy. You want him to tell you you're beautiful every second that you're in his life. You want him to look you STRAIGHT in the eyes when he talks to you. You want him to love you no matter what. You want to be able to say something stupid and not feel like you shouldn't have said it.
That's when you know you have found HIM because a lot of people THINK they have found "THE ONE" but they end up breaking up in two weeks.
But the answer to your question in "Yes!" Everyone finds someone, unless they don't WANT to find someone and they feel like staying single for the rest of their lives.
Trust me. If this has anything to do with you, you WILL find someone that you think are only in fairy tales. You'll find that guy and he'll just sweep you off your feet and take your breath away everytime you see him. You'll KNOW. You'll know by the way you feel around him that he's the one you want. You'll just know and you'll be surprised by the way it feels when someone loves you as much as he does.
There are plenty of fish in the sea! Don't rush into anything. You have your whole life to find the one... O.K not your whole life but a LOT of time!
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aeromonkey answered Friday July 29 2005, 12:01 pm: There's someone out there for everyone that makes them complete. There's a pefect match for you out there somewhere even though you may not find him/her as quickly as others... God says in the Bible in Genesis 2:18 "And the Lord God said, It is not good that man should be alone; I will make him a help meet for him." If you have the desire to get married or have a boyfriend... God will not withold it from you. If you're not on good terms with him... (not saved) that might be another story.
IveGotPinkJazzShoes answered Friday July 29 2005, 8:54 am: well thats what i like to think! theres someone out there thats perfect for you. you just need to find them thats all. but dont spend too much time searching for them b/c it will happen eventually!half the fun is trying to find them and finding out what you like in a person and what you dont!
hope i helped! [ IveGotPinkJazzShoes's advice column | Ask IveGotPinkJazzShoes A Question ]
karenR answered Friday July 29 2005, 7:36 am: I think there is someone there for eveyone. Finding them is the problem. People spend to much time working on dead end relationships, or trying to get the wrong person to love them. In the mean time their true love is doing the same somewhere else. [ karenR's advice column | Ask karenR A Question ]
Belladonna answered Friday July 29 2005, 7:03 am: In romance movies, yes. In reality, hardly ever. You may see 'happy couples' who seem deeply in love, but often it's all just a flimsy facade. Not to sound cynical about love, but true love is a very rare thing to find these days, and more often than not it only exists for one person (as in it's not returned, unrequited)
I'm not saying it isn't possible, because it is! It's just not something you're guaranteed to have in your life. People always say "there's someone out there for everyone" I don't believe this at all. Then again, I'm not a huge believer in destiny. Everything that happens in your life is not already set out.
DrAnqel answered Friday July 29 2005, 6:04 am: It all depends on the will to find someone special, if you have no interest of finding someone or never get out there, then you won't. Otherwise I do believe that yes, for every person there is someone that they can love and be loved by in return. [ DrAnqel's advice column | Ask DrAnqel A Question ]
KristinaD10 answered Friday July 29 2005, 4:02 am: well everyone saids theres someone for everyone in the world but honestly i wouldn't say thats true becuz there are people out there that have never found there special someone so honestly i would say no there isn't always someone in the world for everyone but for u i bet there will be hehe :)....hope i helped
ForbiddeN answered Friday July 29 2005, 2:46 am: Well Its a 50/50 chance. If you do then hold on to them really tight. But I can tell you that there are people that have found true love with each other, becuz i have,so take it from someone that has found love with a person that loves them back there is a chance and its really great. [ ForbiddeN's advice column | Ask ForbiddeN A Question ]
HyperactiveMiss answered Friday July 29 2005, 2:25 am: The truth is, no. If everyone found that special someone all adults would be married wouldn't they? But if you have a reality check, there are still adults that are single. Maybe it's because they never found the right person, maybe they just wanted to be single. There are lots of reasons.
The best thing you can do is not worry about "romantic love". Surround yourself with great friends and family, and do things you love. Not everyone needs a be tied down to a boyfriend/girlfriend/spouse. Life is what you make it, so make it great. [ HyperactiveMiss's advice column | Ask HyperactiveMiss A Question ]
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