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Tired of being alone

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Relationship advice about 3 months ago my girlfriend broke up with me. I can't get past it. There is a part of me that believes that I am turning 38 and going to be single. I have a lot to offer a woman, but I can't seem to attract the right woman to have a lasting relationships. I know a part of it is my confidence but how do I change this to attract the right woman?

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Ur not old!!! My cousin is 35 and has jst married.. Love urself and enjoy being urself.. Keep on repeating 'Am gonna change' . Have a relationship with urself and ths is the best thing to gain right now. Once u love urself u will feel better abt urself and then People will get attractes to u. And abt 'how to change/love urself' This needs a pen& a paper .. Write down everythn u hate abt urself/everythn u miss or u should gain/have .. Achieve one by one .. And feel the true meaning of Self confidence and internal peace.

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you're not old you'll find someone. there are many woman who want a good man trust and believe that. you'll find someone before you know it. Just imagine when you least expect it you'll meet her and you'll know she is the one :)

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Confidence attracts other confident people. Just be yourself. Cliche I know. But it shows confidence. 38 is still a young age. Don't worry about that and you will get over her. You're probably just feeling lonely. In time it will fade. But keep your head up. Look up Shogo on YouTube.com He's an inspirational speak to single men looking to date. Good luck :)

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You're better off being 38 and single, than being with the wrong woman.

What was the reason your girlfriend broke up with you?

what do you think is the cause of your low confidence?

How long were you and your Ex in this relationship?

How many relationships have you been in?

Hope to hear from.

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I've known people literally DECADES older than you who found love and died happy. There's a really good book that has some stuff about self-esteem and loneliness in it, it's called "Feeling Good" by Dr. David Burns. If you read the book and do the exercises you'll start to look at yourself and relationships in a very different way, and you'll find that you can be happy whether you're alone or with someone. When you're happy with yourself that's when you attract people and healthy relationships. It can take a little time and work but there's nothing wrong with either of those.

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