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Old 18th August 2007, 01:14
Dannysbabe Dannysbabe is offline
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Default Re: Is it possible to live your whole life alone?

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It's nice to see that a lot of people on here get together. Just a shame that a small few of us don't and never ever will, on any forum.
You might too Ross, if you just gave yourself a chance
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Old 18th August 2007, 12:52
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Default Re: Is it possible to live your whole life alone?

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Well seeing as he's a character in a tv programme he wouldnt have much choice
lol I'd always assumed he was your feller through I did think it was a bit odd. I'd expected he'd be the jealous type. 'Yo women you can go on that there SA site but make sure they all know your taken....'.

I've never heard of the show before is it the one with Danny played by Daniel Stern?
http://www.tv.com/danny/show/3340/summary.html
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Old 19th August 2007, 01:41
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lol I'd always assumed he was your feller through I did think it was a bit odd. I'd expected he'd be the jealous type. 'Yo women you can go on that there SA site but make sure they all know your taken....'.

I've never heard of the show before is it the one with Danny played by Daniel Stern?
http://www.tv.com/danny/show/3340/summary.html
My fella - I wish!! No, its Danny Taylor from the US show Without A Trace. Great programme and all the more so for Danny!
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Old 19th August 2007, 12:07
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Hope i qualify for this section, i'm 29 not quite 30 yet....

I've been living on my own since i was around 21, in a way i got pushed into it like most things but looking back on it i'm glad i did, i don't mind living on my own to be honest, i can do what i want when i want but at times it does get very lonely, when i feel like this i tend to put misic on and it helps alot.

I don't think i'll ever meet anyone to be honest so it looks like i may spend it alone..
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Old 19th August 2007, 13:17
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Have any of the older people here been friendless and partnerless their entire lives or do you know anyone who has?

Or do you think it would eventually drive a person mad?
I think it might drive a person mad if they kept thinking about it, and never tried to change anything. I have found it's a lot easier, and more productive, to stay focused on smaller things. We can only get better one step at a time, the only thing we really need to concentrate on is achieving the next step. If we drift off and start worrying about our bigger problems, we start to build up resistance to working on our smaller goals.
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