Lonely looking for fwb

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I been divorced 1. I feel like it's just getting worse as time goes on. I was single and didn't date for the first year after divorce. He is seeing other people and he seems more keen to spend time and go on dates with them and it's affecting me.

Lonely looking for fwb

I have also been on dates and slept with other people during this time but it never gets past a few dates. I want to end it with him but worried that I'll feel even worse having no one to spend time with. I am online dating, trying to find new friends, volunteering and exercising but none of this is helping with the feeling of loneliness. So I'm not sure what to do - will i regret ending the fwb? Should i just take a break from seeing him for a month or so and see how things are after that? Edit: I'm not looking for a relationship with him, and he is not with me - we were both clear about that in the beginning.

Lonely looking for fwb

We've never just booty called each other. Dump the FWB and apply the energy and time on a potential new guy. Lonely looking for fwb, this. I'm in a similar situation and just trying to engage new people instead of fixating on what other new, shiny women this particular person is dating instead of giving me the time of day. Is it a distraction? But it's a consistent reminder that there's likely people that fit better out there, even if not for a serious relationship. I'd want to argue but. Also, I know this is such a trope, but I can't help it because there's a lot of truth to it.

Feeling good on your own is so important. It's fine to want to find someone to share your life with, but if you make it too much of a priority you're destined to settle with someone you're genuinely settling for. If it's strictly about loneliness, prioritize finding friends.

Fill that gap with relationships that aren't romantic. Enrich your life enough that you're happy enough alone. Then you're more likely to be in a place where you find a relationship that actually adds value to your life instead of fills a current gap in it. I always say that I was lonely in my failed marriage and I was lonely after, but it was a different kind of loneliness. The type afterwards was loneliness with the potential to change it. Using Stealing this for my autobiography. Perfect chapter title for my 20s.

Lonely looking for fwb

Leaving was the best decision I made. Still not sure if she got clean, but I stopped caring. It sounds like the situation actually causes more loneliness than it takes away. Unsatisfying fwb. I ended one of those myself at the end of the year and poured that energy into myself. Worth it x over, and I'm not lonely anymore. You need to get comfortable with being on your own and fill your life. These relationships won't fill a hole. I know it's not the answer you want, but it's true. This right here is the gold!

Lonely looking for fwb

And do that. This is unrealistic, but it's a great state of being to aspire to.

Lonely looking for fwb

What's worse - feeling lonely or unsatisfying fwb? Posted by 3 months ago. Sort by: best. Reply Share. I'm teampotentialnewguy as well. Continue this thread. Make room for someone who will fill your needs! Yep, this :. Thirding this bandwagon! Being lonely alone is far better than being lonely not-alone. Story of my marriage! I highly recommend it! Even monks hang out with their monk buddies at the monestary. More posts from the datingoverthirty community.

Lonely looking for fwb

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Lonely looking for fwb

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