yes... there is someone for everyone... but you have to make sure you don't let the wrong one's break your heart with their callous ways so that you are ready to give it to the right one when he comes along
only if you love yourself first
everyone has at least one person who will love them its just a matter of time and understanding to find the one who will love you for good or for bad and will make compromise to make you happy
i find that all very attractive, but you shouldnt care about that since you're not superficial : )<br />
As for someone loving you, of course. many people will love you. Future friends and probably that "special someone" too.<br />
There's nothing wrong with being who you are, I think that is the best trait someone can have
It takes patience and putting yourself in a position where you meet people. Then it takes MORE patience because not every one you date will be compatible, long term.<br />
I felt like you at your age. By the time I was in my early 20's, I watched my friends all getting married. I was 26 years old when I met my wife.<br />
Plain as you may see yourself, someone will think you're incredible.<br />
Be patient and don't isolate.
I think there are lots of women that you love a great guy that is down to earth. <br />
The main thing is try to try and please this other person and I am sure you will be irresistable to her. <br />
You can always go with the things she likes to sweeten the deal. If you are too shy to know what you want in life others will be there to keep you a float.<br />
Dress well seems to help show you care about your appearance. Easy things like this will work if you give them the time to work. <br />
The older you get the more confidense you will get.
Of course, there are people with no redeemable qualities whatsoever who find love. You obviously have several great qualities. It's harder to stand out in a crowd and get noticed at first, but as you get older it gets easier. There's around 3.5 billion men out there, there isn't just one, but hundreds of millions who would be wonderful for you. The trick is just sorting them from the others. But don't despair. :)
In just a couple of years you'll be out of high school, and hopefully in college. You will meet a new and different group of people. First of all, you'll probably blossom, and second of all, there will be more people that fit your personality. You've got plenty of time. :)
maybe if you have a different handle than "spiteful loner"
Agreed. Don't see yourself this way. It's incrimination.
theres someone for everyone