Thursday, July 2, 2009

Is It Hard Going to Shows Alone?

Is it hard going out to shows alone?

I just turned 34 a few days ago. I don't really feel to happy about it. I didn't have a girlfriend to share the day with. It was only spent with my parents and grandparents. I have a total desire of going out to comedy clubs but it gets too upsetting that I have to go alone to the shows. Most of my friends around my age are married, or in serious realtionships and don't have the time. I really feel upset when I go to the comedy shows and see younger couples there holding hands and all.

I am 34. When will my big break come for a girlfriend or getting married. I am not a bum or anything I have a rewarding career in engineering. I have a masters degree in business, and I have a nice home and car. I enjoy going for ballroom dancing and swing dancing. But it is no fun if I can't share this all with someone. I like going to shows, but again there is the thing that there are younger couples there and her I am alone.

Will my luck change? Is it too late to get married for me? Should I stop going to the shows?


It sounds like you're lonely. We've all been there. But, reflecting on what you don't have isn't going to help you attract the right mate. A girlfriend can't make you happy, she can only add to your happiness.

Make a decision to change your luck, by making it a point to enjoy the time you spend without a girlfriend. Enjoy being yourself and single. Keep going to see shows. Invite your friends next time. Discover new interests and hobbies. Check out and join a couple of the social groups in your town. Not only will you enjoy being yourself, but while exploring a new hobby, may meet the the woman of your dreams, or at least someone to take to comedy shows.

And for the record, 34 is a great age. Enjoy it, and your life. Good luck. I hope I've helped.


SavvyD said...

I would like to be set up with Showstopper. I know how you feel. Plus, I like smart guys. Once I went to a comedy club on a date. We were affectionate there, but I was only 16 and it was one of my first dates so I ddin't know what to do. It's not always as happy as it seems from the outside, LOL!!

PS Shane--where have you been!!?

Stella said...

Tis true! It's not always as happy as it seems from the outside.

I got caught up in life Savvy D, mostly work, with a little romance. I've got some funny, yet odd stories coming up soon. Thanks for asking!!!