I ran across a question on Yahoo Answers! and as I read, thought to myself that "this girl sounds like a female version of me"! This is what she posted: I am being serious. I am 19 and have no friends, and never have. I never go anywhere on weekends, and I'm quite shy and scared to even try to make friends because my hearts been broken so many times by failed friendships. Nobody calls me to hang out. Nobody comments or likes my Facebook statuses (Which are rare and few, not like an annoying teenager who posts and likes pages all day) and the only "friend" I have lives two doors down and just frigging texts me all day, and when I took her to a concert and bough her expensive presents, she just sent me happy birthday texts and Gave me a candy cane for Christmas. I am very lonely. I don't think anyone has even liked me as a girlfriend either. I was hanging out with a guy on the weekends. He always was sweet to me, and even held my hand last time i was with him. Nobody's held my hand. I was so happy, and I felt normal like i had a friend. He decided he didn't like me as a friend or girl and has pretty much ignored me for two months and told me to "go my way." To be honest, the only way I wanna go is to my grave. This has become depressing and I've turned to suicidal thoughts. Please help. What is wrong with me? I have tried classes and volunteer work, and no friend's from there. I always smile and act cheerful and try to start conversations, but nobody cares of what I have to say. I'm ready to just die. I don't see a future for me. No friends for 19 years...I probably won't ever have a guy love me either. I can't drive because of anxiety. I work all day everyday at a cafe and just make people food and drinks. I can't do anything cool or special. I'll live and die alone. What can I do to fix myself? I can't contact her because she posted this nearly a year ago (and hasn't had much activity since), but if any lady feels the same way as this user, Luna, please post. I'd like to know because if I do, I'll know that we share something in common and may help each other feel less lonely. Perhaps we can exchange ideas of what men and women, respectively, want.