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But after heartbreak after heartbreak and constant disappointment, not to mention societal pressure of being single (I am South Asian), I want to stop looking for love and resign to fate.If anyone here has ever felt this way or has any advise, I would appreciate it.He already planned 5 different trips for the holidays, so neither of us had time to go visit the other.We had already talked about this scenario before, and he told me ‘we can always see in September how things are’.They are not as forward thinking as me, don’t care about the news/current affairs, aren’t very mature, are not pro-active with their lives and don’t work as hard as me.I earn about 900$ a fortnight at my job and am saving up - my friends spend their money straight away and are very unorganised.
Am I just overthinking, and making a big deal out of this over nothing? I will try to make the story as short as possible, but some details are necessary. I (22F) study abroad, while for him (23M) the uni is in his home country. He would text me every day, multiple times a day, and we would see each other multiple times a week.
I am struggling to find people who resonate the same values I hold.
My friends I have now are deep down very lovely and caring - they are fun to be around and I love spending time with them.
Despite this, they are all hyping up the trip and are looking forward to it but are not willing to put in the work to make it happen.
I feel like I am at a point where no one I meet or know - whether it’s at university, at work, during my hobbies or through social events - is on the same page or, for a lack of a better word, level as me.
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