Will i ever fall in love with someone?

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    Will I ever fall in love?

    I have been at a girls secondary school for 6 years(including sixthfrom) and now at college, most of the people on my health and social care level 3 course are females.

    I never had any contact with the opposite sex which makes me feel awkward every time I make conversation with one.

    As you can imagine, I feel out of place because I have been surrounded by girls pretty much all my life.

    Even in my family, most of us are girls.

    What makes it worse is that my university degree(nursing) is going to be female dominated so, I will not have regular contact with the opposite sex.

    I know that being in a relationship won't heal me but I am just tired of being around girls all the time.

    I just want to know how to make a decent conversation with the opposite sex without being socially awkward.

    I feel like the word "love" is skewed.

    I don't even know the true meaning of "love", it has lost its meaning to me.

    So, I don't know if I will ever fall in love with someone.

    I also feel very unattractive and suffer from inferiority complex.

    I don't know what I want to get out of this thread but it definitely made me feel better.
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    You just have to put yourself out there and create new oppurtunities to meet new people
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    Honestly if you want to have normal conversations there's no need for it to be particularly awkward, just talk to them as you would to a girl for the most part
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    Probably, you have decades left to fall in love and develop your social skills though.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I know that being in a relationship won't heal me but I am just tired of being around girls all the time.
    It's very good that you know this. You need to be a complete person before a relationship.

    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I just want to know how to make a decent conversation with the opposite sex without being socially awkward.
    Talk like they're your friend already. Talk about current things, make small talk then steer the conversation into deeper talk.

    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I feel like the word "love" is skewed.

    I don't even know the true meaning of "love", it has lost its meaning to me.
    I don't know what you mean by "skewed", but there is no "true meaning of love". Love is a response to deep emotional connections with people. It's an addiction to oxytocin. When you find it, it's the best drug you've ever had though.

    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I also feel very unattractive and suffer from inferiority complex.

    I don't know what I want to get out of this thread but it definitely made me feel better.
    Work on this before thinking about a relationship, or don't. A bad relationship experience will help you learn anyway.
 
 
 
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