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Over the past 6 months, I have been enjoying being single.Not in the picking-up-people-for-hot-sex way, but in the I-appreciate-my-own-company and love-having-free-time way.Living abroad while single can be exhilarating – it can mean freedom to dive into a new job, new country, and new culture.But being single in a different country can also feel daunting and lonely (especially if you’re looking for a mate but you haven’t moved to a LGBT-friendly country).
Of course, hobbies and sports are always a great way to mingle.
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I recently (about 6 months ago) ended a long-term (4.5 year) relationship.
I met a man with whom I immediately connected, had stimulating conversation, and out of this world sex. Part of me thinks this is the best thing ever (He likes me! ) and part of me just sees more pain down the road.
When I meet someone I connect with, I tend to get too attached too quickly.
Online dating allows the freedom to log on and contact with other single expats when it suits you, rather than putting in hours at random social events hoping to meet someone – and being disappointed if it doesn’t work out.