I may be in on the wrong site, but here goes.....My adult daughters ages 30 and 24 are unmarried and virgins.

Carol - posted on 06/20/2013 ( 1 mom has responded )




They both work full-time, attend church regularly, are non-smokers, and drink in moderation (truthfully, nearly not at all). Our oldest daughter has only had one date her entire adult life and would dearly love to find a husband and have a whole household of children. Our youngest had one serious relationship and is now trying to meet someone over the internet. Both are so discouraged and have asked me time and time again...what's wrong with us? I am at a loss to know what to say. The old "just wait, the right person will come along." doesn't seem to work anymore. They are both very lonely...especially the oldest. Any thoughts?


Denikka - posted on 06/20/2013




The only thing I can really suggest is for them to get out there and get involved. Instead of *just wait, the right person will come along*, take a more active role. Don't wait, go out and search. Get involved in activities. Groups are a great place to meet potential mates.
Don't wait for love to come to you. Go search it out and be active. Girls are allowed to ask for dates too.

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