I just really want a boyfriend,
I want someone to love me for my imperfections,
i want to love someone.. and just be loved in return. I swear thats all I need is love.
I KNOW that the more you look for love the harder it is too find, but i cant get it off my jmind when i see all these couples all the time at school.
and please dont give me some smartass reply.
I want something genuine.
But its just I know EVERYOEN says you ahve the rest of your life. i'm in 9th grade btw.
but i know i have the rest of my life buti the point isI have now too.
[ Answer this question ] Want to answer more questions in the Relationships category? Maybe give some free advice about: Love Life? dancergirl678 answered Tuesday April 11 2006, 2:03 am: it's alright to want that feeling. up until this last october, i never had a bf *i had just turned 16* we "liked" eachother and all but things just didn't go that way so it only lasted 2 months. between there i got so desperate just to have that feeling that someone loves me that i would go for anyone which proved dangerous when someone became creepily obsessive and i had to quickly end it. But i just recently found someone that i really care about and that i know really cares about me too and he seems to be what i've been waiting for and honey trust me, the right guy is out there for you and he is definately worth waiting for! And once you have him, don't let him go without a fight cuz a good genuine guy is hard to find these days! i hope i helped and that everyting works out! [ dancergirl678's advice column | Ask dancergirl678 A Question ]
TragicGlamour answered Tuesday April 11 2006, 12:41 am: honey i know EXACTLY how you feel. up until a couple months ago, i swear that could of been taken out of my own live journal. hehe ive always wanted to find my one true love asap and just be happy together, in love. hell i still want that but i got to the point where i wore myself out and got so bitter over those happy couples that i just got sick of thinkin about it. i completely occupied my time with career goals and friends and then, one night a walk to remember came on tv and i was bawling. crying my head off saying why cant i have that! the next day, i went to my friends house and the guy who i liked who had screwed me over twice in the past 2 months before, text me. he ended up coming over, he had broken up with his gf and his life seemed to be broken and torn apart and he came to me to pick up the peices. its strange but i do believe that everything happens for a reason, and i think the reason that your not with someone is because soon enough, the guy who you really deserve, not some lowlife assole, a real man, will be there for you and walk into your life and change it upside down. it took me over 2 years to get the guy, and it was worth it. i believe something special is coming your way, doll. patience is hard but it is the key.
ask-it-here answered Tuesday April 11 2006, 12:33 am: Hey. I've been there. People say you've got the rest of your life, but what they don't understand is that you're lonely. How old are you anyway? Fifteen? Fourteen? It's around this time you want someone to hold.
Okay, here's what you've got to do. Lean back, and don't look so love-hungry. It's noticable when you want something so much, and it'll probably scare the guys off. Instead, just be yourself, walk with confidence, and take it one day at a time.
And if you believe in the Lord, know that he'll put someone in your path when you're least expecting it. So keep looking, but get on with your life too.
If you need someone to talk too, call me at
I'm nineteen, and I know what I'm talking about. Good luck, girl.
Sirena [ ask-it-here's advice column | Ask ask-it-here A Question ]
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