Most of My Experiences Seem to Be Unique to Me?!?!?

When sharing my experiences, I first do several searches to find out if there is already a group created to suit my experience.  It's always nice to have a group of friends out there who have experienced the same thing I have, or nearly so.  I must be weird or something,or maybe there aren't that many people active on the site because I find that many of the groups I join (except for the weight loss ones!!  woohoo!) have very few members.  I also have quite a few unique groups.  I'm not sure how many.  It doesn't say on the main page.  Anyone want to tell me?

The groups I create are pretty good, I think. I try to choose a logo, write a story, even recommend some music if I can find it.  I mean, look at my group here, let's see if I can create a clickable link.  It's called "I have a BEAUTIFUL niece" 
http://www.experienceproject.com/group_profile.php?g=20233

Please visit it.  It has all the goods.  I am trying to do this for all of my groups that I create.  I guess I have too much time on my hands:):)


Licorice
Licorice Licorice
31-35, F
1 Response Aug 3, 2007

I can relate. I have worried about no one joining any groups I created. Some people joined; the thing is that my groups have been generally stuck at the same numbers of members, and I would never see groups I had created among the groups I'm in that have new members. But a few of these groups have done fair. I have a paranoid way of thinking about it, that it's like all groups I started are to be avoided. I hope it's something else.

I see some other groups for experiences that seem common, having so few members considering the time of the first story for it. That helps me. I thought most groups were having people join regularly, and it would make me feel bad. Including groups about: telling a specified number of things about oneself, one's profile being real, a specific personality trait, various fun groups.