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Female , 18-21

Last Seen Nov 12, 2012
Member Since Dec 30, 2011
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I Don't Think I'm Girlfriend Material

Never Been I've never been in relationship, but I think I would suck at it. I can't even make honest friendships, so clearly dating is out of the question. The truth is I wouldn't know how to be a girlfriend... [more]
  • I Have No Close Friends

    Never I feel I haven't had a close friend since I was little. In high school, I just became different than my friends and we started parting ways, and now I only hang out some of them every 6 six months or … [more]
  • I Am a Loner

    Loner Vs. Lonely I believe there's a difference between being a loner and being lonely. Being a loner means you enjoy your own company and are okay with not hanging out with other people (much), whereas being lonely m… [more]
  • I Am a ___. Ask me Anything.

    I'm A 19-year-old Girl Who's Never Even Been Kissed, Ask Me Anything Please don't ask anything mean.… [more]
  • I Am An Atheist

    Dear God Sometimes I like not believing in you, 'cause that means I can make fun of you, and laugh about how people believe in you when you send tsunamis and earthquakes and other minor tragedies to people, bu… [more]
  • Venting Confessions

    Failure
    I feel like I've failed in life.I'm 19, but I don't have any real friends; I feel disconnected from those around me. I feel different and like nobody understands me. I don't like parties, I don't like drinking or dancing.  I've never even kissed someone, certainly never been in a relationship. I have hobbies that people around me don't have, I have interest in topics that people around me don't have.I feel like people set me apart as well, they talk less to me than they do to others, I can't make an honest connection. All the while, I pretend I'm fine. Cry in silence, and then pretend I'm happy.I think the only thing that would truly heal my loneliness is to one day form a family. They'd nee… [more]