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Hi im 21.Im an extravert and Iwant ot be in group ...

Hi im 21.Im an extravert and Iwant ot be in group always.and m not maintaining a relationship for a long time.and im feeling lonely at many situations..

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Well, first i was going to tell you that you should learn to speak and spell properly. Then i looked at your name and realized that English probably isn't your first language, so that would be unfair. I would suggest that you look at yourself. What are your interests and passions? Find some groups that also have those same interests and passions. As far as relationships, same kind of thing. Find someone you have many things in common with. And don't think only of yourself, or worry about how long anything will last. Concentrate on really getting to know the other person, listening to what they have to say, being their friend. A truly great and long lasting relationship is based on first, a deep friendship which is allowed to grow into love. That kind of love has a far better chance of lasting down the road.

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.

I had the same first thought...look at yourself.  I am also extremely extroverted and have always been surrounded by friends or family or both.  When I was younger I always felt like something was amiss if someone wasn't around (which was rare), but in time I learned to enjoy being by myself too.  It took some time and some practice, but now I do enjoy just being alone and the quiet moments in life where I can simply reflect.

Sometimes being alone with your own thoughts and feelings can be a bit overwhelming...learn to embrace those moments because they can become defining moments in your life.  Being happy when we are stimulated by our environment is a wonderful thing but learning to be happy by just being...adds depth to the soul.  It allows you to really figure out who you are and what truly makes you happy.

Best wishes,

~Jada~

One day I said, 'I will go out & look for my enemies' and on that day I found no friends. The next day I said, 'I will go out & look for my friends' & on that day I found no enemies. ~YeddaHeads~

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