Look I am looking for some friends to talk to and spend time with. I go to college and come home and do my homework and study.I need some fun in my life. I like to travel. But I have no where to go. I would love to see the world. But I just need some friends. I sit at home all alone everyday. I am bore out of my mind. Please come be my friend. I know that I am a very shy person. But I am a very good listener. I like going to church and listening to music. All I as for is some friends to hang out with and play card and talk about things that I don't know about. I feel so left out. I just want to feel like some one care about me as a person. I know that Jesus Christ care about me but I still need some female and male friends in my life as well. Please come and be my friend please. I have no pic.
I do go to college and to church but no one talk to me at all. I have been pick on all of my life and i just need some friends who i can talk too and who understand what I am going throw. I am so sick of just not being able to tell someone how i feel on the inside even if I wear a smi on the outside.
I understand that!!!!! i just posted a new topic about being lonely. i am not looking for anything sexual, just a friend. all i do is work and sleep and sleep and work. i just want some human companionship.
How can you go to college and have no friends? I would suggest you join some groups on campus and if you enjoy goign to church, join a young group within the church....do these things, and you are sure to meet some great ppl. :)
It seems to me that going to church would be a way to meet people. You might start by asking the pastor if there is a Singles ministry at your church. If there isn't ask about starting one. Join the choir or usher board. Go to bible study. In most churches, there is always something to do.
Meeting people does not have to be so difficult if you are willing to let your guard down, or force yourself to just say "Hi" to people. Especially people that you are in the places that you regularly go, (church and school). Sometimes just letting someone know that you acknowledge them, can move you closer to meeting people and possibly to make a connection. Also, remember that sometimes the people that you see on a regular basis may be just as shy and lonely as you and wish that someone would want to befriend them, too.
Hello,my name is tasha I too have no friends I've just moved to Portland from Calif. I am very full figugured and get made fun of alot.I am messy but try to work on it, I have a hard time getting around,and am trying to get spiritually connected.
Theo and Anthony.... in your disagreeing with me you made my point... your friendships are in real life not just over the internet... that was the point I was making. Without human contact, it just isn't real.
Just as another avenue to explore, have you looked into joining some community based groups? I belong to a discussion group that meets in a coffee shop once a week, and have met some great people that way. I found my group through Y! groups by typing the subject I was interested in and my city (I was looking for a good message board and was pleasantly surprised to find this group which also met once a week). If your neighborhood has a community association, check with them, as well as your local public library, etc.
I have to agree with you Theophrastus. I have made many friends online, then actually met them in person, and the friendship only grew stronger. Far as "falling in love online", I couldn't agree with you more, unfortunately I learned the hard way.
I've met a number of friends online. I've also been to the odd forum meeting and met lots of nice people. I actually think the internet is a great way to meet friends.
Don't confuse friendship with love, people often "fall in love" over the internet and that's never real until you meet up but there's no room for faking friendship. You either enjoy talking to each other or you don't.
Sweetie... I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but if you are seriously thinking you will find "real" friends online, you are only kidding yourself. I suggest you look within your church (since you mentioned going to church). The problem with the internet is that it isn't real.... there is no real human contact and without that, it is really hard to have a true friendship. I have learned this lesson the hard way recently. Good luck finding what you are looking for dear.