If You Don’t Want To End Up Alone, Try This Dating Site (Many People Have Been Doing This Already)

If You Don’t Want To End Up Alone, Try This Dating Site (Many People Have Been Doing This Already)

Are you the sort of person who enjoys being alone? Are you single, perhaps after a string of failed relationships? Do you prefer a movie night by yourself to a fancy date? Do you prefer a simple relationship to a star-crossed romance?  Are you afraid of dying alone?

If you’ve answered ‘yes’ at least once to the above questions, don’t worry, we have the ideal solution for you. Simply, head over to to find someone to settle down and spend the rest of your life with. No, this isn’t the usual dating site that promises to pair you up with your soulmate and assure lifetime bliss. In fact, takes a very realistic approach to love and life. It is your best friend if you’re one of those people who are afraid of dying alone.


The Important Thing Is – You’re Not Single Anymore

    At least you are no longer alone and you have someone special to share your life with.


    It’s Okay If He or She Isn’t Your Ideal Companion


      Maybe he doesn’t know the name of her favourite book or she has no idea what to get for his birthday. Perhaps this person isn’t the soulmate you dreamed out, but he or she is definitely worth settling for.


      You Get Paired With The Nearest Member


        Say goodbye to long-distance relationships and travelling. Just step out of your door to find the love of your life.

        You May Not Be Happy, But You’re Not Gonna Be Sad


          Stop chasing for perfection and be grateful that your life isn’t any worse.

          All My Friends Are Married And I Don’t Wanna Feel Left Out


            And you’ll never be alone again, especially when you’re settling for the sake of settling.

            So if you’re afraid to be alone, and don’t mind sacrificing your high expectations of the perfect mate, for something exciting and maybe even incredible, give a try and you’ll surely be satisfied. Besides, the other people who have tried this out sure look like they’re having a good time.

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            12 Simple Ways You Can Build A Positive Attitude

            12 Simple Ways You Can Build A Positive Attitude

            We all look for a better and happier life, but somehow we realize it’s our attitude that makes it hard to lead the life we want. How can we build a positive attitude? Grant Mathews has listed out the things (from the easiest to the hardest) we can do to cultivate this attitude on Quora:

            1. Listen to good music.

            Music definitely improves your mood, and it’s a really simple thing to do.

            2. Don’t watch television passively.

            Studies have shown that people who watch TV less are happier, which leads me to my next point…

            3. Don’t do anything passively.

            Whenever I do something, I like to ask myself if, at the end of the day, I would be content saying that I had spent time doing it. (This is why I block sites I find myself wasting too much time on. I enjoy them, but they’re just not worth it when I could be learning something new, or working on projects I care about.)

            Time is incredibly valuable.


            4. Be aware of negativity

            A community that considers itself intelligent tends to be negativity because criticizing is seen as a signaling mechanism to indicate that you’re more intelligent than the person you corrected. This was irrationally frustrating for me – it’s one of those things you’ll stay up all night to think about.

            5. Make time to be alone.

            I initially said “take time just to be alone.” I changed it because if you don’t ensure you can take a break, you’ll surely be interrupted.

            Being with other people is something you can do to make you happy, but I don’t include it in this list because nearly everyone finds time to talk with friends. On the other hand, spending time just with yourself is almost considered a taboo.

            Take some time to figure out who you are.

            6. Exercise.

            This is the best way to improve your immediate happiness.


            Exercise probably makes you happy. Try and go on a run. You’ll hate yourself while doing it, but the gratification that you get towards the end vastly outweighs the frustration of the first few attempts. I can’t say enough good things about exercise.

            Exercising is also fantastic because it gives you time alone.

            7. Have projects.

            Having a goal, and moving towards it, is a key to happiness.

            You have to realize though that achieving the goal is not necessarily what makes you happy – it’s the process. When I write music, I write it because writing is inherently enjoyable, not because I want to get popular (as if!).

            8. Take time to do the things you enjoy.

            That’s very general, so let me give you a good example.


            One of the things that has really changed my life was finding small communities centered around activities I enjoy. For instance, I like writing music, so I’m part of a community that meets up to write a song for an hour every week. I love the community. I’ve also written a song every week, 37 weeks in a row, which has gradually moved me towards larger goals and makes me feel very satisfied.

            9. Change your definition of happiness.

            Another reason I think I’m more happy than other people is because my definition of happiness is a lot more relaxed than most people’s. I don’t seek for some sort of constant euphoria; I don’t think it’s possible to live like that. My happiness is closer to stability.

            10. Ignore things that don’t make you happy.

            I get varying reactions to this one.

            The argument goes “if something is making you unhappy, then you should find out why and improve it, not ignore it.” If you can do that, great. But on the other hand, there’s no reason to mope about a bad score on a test.

            There’s another counterargument: perhaps you’re moping because your brain is trying to work out how to improve. In fact, this is the key purpose of depression: Depression’s Upside –


            I can think of examples that go both ways. I remember, for instance, when I was debating a year or two ago and my partner and I would lose a round, I would mull over what we had done wrong for a long time. In that way, I got immensely better at debate (and public speaking in general – did you know debate has amazing effects on your public speaking ability? But now I really digress).

            On the other hand, there’s no way that mulling over how dumb you were for missing that +x term on the left hand side will make you better at math. So stop worrying about it, and go practice math instead.

            11. Find a way to measure your progress, and then measure it.

            Video games are addictive for a reason: filling up an experience bar and making it to the next level is immensely satisfying. I think that it would be really cool if we could apply this concept to the real world.

            I put this near the bottom of the list because, unfortunately, this hasn’t been done too often in the real world – startup idea, anyone? So you would have to do it yourself, which is difficult when you don’t even know how much you’ve progressed.

            For a while, I kept a log of the runs I had taken, and my average speed. It was really cool to see my improvement over the weeks. (Also, I was exercising. Combining the two was fantastic for boosting happiness.)

            12. Realize that happiness is an evolutionary reward, not an objective truth.

            It’s easy to see that this is correct, but this is at the bottom of the list for a reason.

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