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  2. Tattoos

    Not necessarily against it either. As long as it's visually appealing, not profane, and suits the person then it's fine for me.
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  4. I need advice

    It is my observation that relationships that begin in high school rarely extend many years beyond it, usually terminating in college or before it even starts. Therefore, I wouldn't be too concerned about the present relationship. Given how upset you are by the situation, I don't think there is much chance of being happy in this relationship. Despite what society says, you are perfectly entitled to have the feelings and thoughts that you do about the relationship. It is not wrong in the least. A relationship should be mutually beneficial, but it seems that you are not benefiting from it at present. I suppose you have to think about what you can accept or not accept in a boyfriend. Either way, it seems suspicious that your boyfriend would publicly display a photo/photos of him and his former girlfriend. At the very least, that is not considerate of him. Him just saying that he 'regretted it' doesn't sound like he really means it either.
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  8. @Lovelyish Your post made me happy because I just joined on there. I feel like they are a little more in-depth than match.
  9. I need some advice

    Join Catholic Match! I am your age and met my fiance on there Go on dates! Don't be scared...you WILL miss out if you wait around and don't take any sort of action! Also, pray for help and ask St. Raphael to help you find a mate You don't have to advertize on your profile that you've never had a boyfriend. Just be positive and upbeat and put down your interests and the kind of person you'd like to meet. No need to undersell yourself. You never know. You could meet someone really nice. Just be safe and smart, don't go alone with someone, be in a public place, have your own transportation, and don't drink or anything on the first date if you can't handle it. Keep your standards and make sure the person you meet up with is 100% believing on all major points (Catholic Match has 7 questions that people can answer no or yes to). You can do it! Have faith and chin up!
  10. I happen to come across this site and thought maybe you guys can hopefully help and give me some advice. I have a problem. I am 36 years old and never had a boyfriend. I know it's weird but it's true. Nothing wrong with my appearance. I would say I'm average looking. I'm Asian but just recently migrated to Australia. I didn't really worry too much about being single before as I never really felt alone because I always had friends and family with me. And I have friends near my age who also have never been in a relationship. I was too focused on my studies and my career so I kept thinking my love life can wait. I have a bachelor and masters degree. I'm quite an achiever. Always the honor student and felt like I needed to be successful because my family is expecting a lot from me. I came from a Catholic family who are conservative. My parents didn't want me to have a boyfriend until I finish my studies and I have always been the good daughter. I could think of a lot more possible reasons why I didn't have a relationship. But when I migrated here in Australia, suddenly I don't have my family and friends. And one day it just hit me. I'm 36 years old and still single! I'm feeling scared now and it's stressing me whenever I think about it. I don't want to grow old alone. I want to have a family and have kids. I'm having regrets now of how I lived my life before and not entertaining guys but past is past and I have to face the present. What should I do? Some friends told me to try online dating but I'm too scared that if I tell a guy that I've never had a boyfriend at my age he will think I'm a freak, considering the culture here in Australia. I'm too scared to even go on dates because of fear when the guy ask me about past relationship. It always gets asked. Hope someone here can give me some advice. Thank you.
  11. Someone told me my eyes alone show so much emotion. It truly reflects what I feel. And because of that, I learned to love it.
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    Hello!
  13. I spent several years down in Houston and found an amazing church. I met some of the best people I have ever known down there. I could tell you all about it but I’d be taking up way too much room in this thread. If you can move to a location without placing too much risk on your career, I’d strongly encourage you to try it, considering how important finding a wife is to you and the joy it would bring you…especially, if you have never lived outside your state or have been there since college. If you’re 45, single, never had a relationship, still in the same place and that thought bothers you…then you might regret not taking the chance to move, when you were younger.…although, OR is a very beautiful state so in that sense you will be downgrading lol. If you do move, I hope you update everyone with a post. Good luck Vince!
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  15. This whole topic has been on my mind a lot the last couple months... I've been worrying about this for about 15 years now, and a month shy of 27 I've still only been met with rejection. Worse than that, I've struggled to connect with people for the last 8 years, and what few friends I've made moved away after about a year or two. I worried about the having kids thing, but my conclusion now is that I can't emotionally handle having kids. It would take too long to recover from years of loneliness and depression and waiting to do so many things in life because I wanted to wait and share those things with a significant other. Depression has recently started to grow into anger, an emotion which is so foreign and against my nature that I don't know how to deal with it... I just feel myself getting worse, and I've been praying about this so long that I don't have any hope anymore. I expect life to only get more painful and bleak, I honestly just hope for a short one. The only thing I feel like I can do right now is save and invest heavily in hopes that I can retire young enough that I can at least have the time to enjoy with a significant other if I can ever find someone... Unfortunately though, while waiting is a requirement, so are similar interests and intelligence. Ive even met a few girls who I really got along with who met all of these requirements, but they only used me for attention and never wanted anything more because I'm not attractive enough. Sorry to vent, but no one understands why I feel so defeated and hopeless now, and no one understands why I place such importance on waiting for marriage and wanting the same from an SO. Which in terms just makes me feel more alone...
  16. This is a really weird one, but I really love my nose. I don't know I just think it's cute haha
  17. Yes, in fact I was planning on moving out of my state anyways. I'm so sick of the rain and the general culture here. Not to mention my state has the lowest percentage of church goers in the country. Now church attendance or lack thereof doesn't automatically determine one's spiritual beliefs, but it is a good general indication. I have been to the South and I quite like it there. So yeah, I might just do that. lol
  18. I don't think you have anything to worry about. While you're dating just clearly discuss your expectations/ideas for the kind of foundation you expect in your marriage (as you just did above), you will greatly mitigate (not eliminate) the risk of having a wife prioritizing her children before her marriage. You're not picky, you just know yourself better than most people know themselves. On the bright side of things, I would imagine if you married the kind of women you're looking for she will respect, see the value and greatly appreciate the work you put into your carrier, just as you will have for her role in raising the children. And you two will look for ways to reward each other...Also, one of many great benefits to knowing yourself well, it can allow you to focus more on the person you're dating and not yourself. And this can give you confidence in your decisions when you're dating and weeding out the prospects. As you already know, finding a spouse is largely a numbers game. If you can't find the types of Christian women you're compatible with, have you considered moving to a state where you will have greater odds of finding compatible woman? ...i.e. They don't call them the Bible belt states for nothing.
  19. Relational Comfort and Shaving Habits

    Agree with Emily! But I've never needed to shave arms and legs since I have smooth arms and legs and fine hair that's hardly noticeable lol
  20. I'll be 27 tomorrow. Honestly, I think I'm getting to the point of not caring if I lose my virginity. I'm still going to do the right thing, but if it never happens it never happens. More and more everyday I can't imagine myself doing the sex act, and even though I love this one woman in my life, I know that I can never be with her and that she puts me to shame in so many areas. She doesn't deserve someone like me.
  21. Love him and support him with all you have. Being with a guy (or girl) who isn't a virgin makes no difference. I've covered this elsewhere, but as virgins, it's not profitable to be picky. Also, your fiance has had horrible things done to him. When that happens, it's hard to get off the road that a background like that can usually lead to.
  22. I feel as I had no other chance than waiting

    I hope you're doing ok.
  23. A woman's voice

    I mean, depends on the woman driving the voice.
  24. A woman's voice

    @SG1 nah, just eccentric I think when a three year old looks at you straight faced and calls you weird, then you take the cake. I honestly don't even remember what I did for her to call me that
  25. A woman's voice

    If anyone is weird here....it's the guy with a painting of Ronald Regan, firing a sub-machine gun, while riding a velociraptor holding an American flag and an F22 flying in the background... for his profile picture ....Or perhaps if that is not considered a bit weird....then we are all a bit weird.
  26. My teeth, people always ask if I had braces growing up, my sister and me have naturally straight teeth. Other than that probably my height and faint dimples.
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