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I fell in love with a boy in high school, and a boy in college, and…that was it.Just fell in love — as their friend — but didn’t date either of them because they weren’t interested in dating me (trust me, I tried, I really did). I could blame that on spending my formative years in evangelical Christians circles, where one usually ends up dating a member of that circle, and that just never happened to/for me.I have profiles on various dating sites, and recently went on a very successful first date with a guy from one of these sites. What if I’m so nervous I pull a Ross/Rachel first time scenario and just laugh at the situation and he thinks it’s him? If that sounds overly simple, it’s because it IS simple.We laughed A LOT and now I’ve been asked on a second date. The purpose of first — and second and third — dates is not just to see if there’s chemistry, but to get to know one another so you tell whether you even like the other person. For some practical tips on easing your anxiety, re-read those columns I linked to above, and remind yourself that you aren’t a freak just because you’re 30 and haven’t had a boyfriend. You can also follow along on Facebook and Instagram. You can read about me here, peruse the archives here and read popular posts here.The ads are in the sites' "dating" sections, but they solicit sexual services and activity.They are running in Cleveland, Akron, Washington and nationwide.
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If you have a relationship/dating question I can help answer, you can send me your letters at I just turned 30 and I’ve never had a boyfriend — not even an unserious one.
I am 30 and have never had a boyfriend, and have never even been kissed. You’re all overly concerned about what potential dates might think of you.
And for most women my age, this is, indeed, unique (though I’m hoping not as unique as I think, fingers crossed). You’re missing a very key part of the dating process: what do you think about the person you’re out with?