You see have being single for a long time,a shy person, and I have a disability. I have tried making friends with girls and getting to know them, however everytime I ask them on a date or whatever they always give me an answer saying "I have a boyfriend". I'm sure if it is true or they probably do not like me? I have tried everything. I love my family and everying, but finding a girl is a lot harder. Sometimes I always lose hope. What should I do?
Might be true. Might not be. Either way they are not interested in you. Happenned to me a lot before my current recovery. Depending on what your disability is there are online disability dating sites that are free. If its depression (as its in this forum) one for people who have a psychiatric disability can be found by googling the search phrase "nolongerlonely". That one I know is well run. There are others as well such as "disabledunited" for all disabilities. My experience (in the past) has been mixed but no unpleasent incidences. Worth trying.
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