All my friends are dating except me
I don’t know how I accidentally turned this into a football analogy, but the point is, you shouldn’t feel like you’re at a different “level” than your friends or anything. What can I do when all my friends have date nights and I have nothing to do?
I’m sure they want to hear about your crushes and the people you like–after all, they’re tied down (hopefully happily) to someone, but you’re totally free to like anyone. And if your friends are acting like they’re above you just because they’re dating someone, that’s not cool. Hopefully, not all of your friends are all going out on dates at the exact same time, but even if that is the case, there are lots of things you can do.
This is particularly true when all of your friends are in what appears to be the most loving and fulfilling of relationships and, well…you aren’t.
For the past three years at Penn State I have valued my time as a single girl, and have really picked up on a lot of things.
Your friends are still the same people even if they are dating someone (and if that’s not the case, that’s definitely another type of problem.) The thing that made you guys friends in the first place, whatever that may be, should still be holding true.
Sometimes friendships do just change as times goes on, but if you feel like your friendship is getting weird specifically because of their relationship–like if you feel like you aren’t getting enough time with them or that they are changing significantly because of their relationship, you should definitely talk to them about it.
I get to go to bed whenever I want, and, when I do, I get the whole bed to myself.
This is especially important after a rough night out. So, at the end of the day, you can weigh the pros and cons and decide if the single lifestyle is a good fit for you or not.
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This is especially true now, since almost each and every one of my friends are in very serious relationships at this point.