That is, if you are not anymore in a search of a beloved, then you are happy in this sense and either should leave the group, or change your answers on the profile questions, precising that you are not in a search but actively facilitating others' personal happiness. Please, take initiative and organize an event, it would be much appreciated.
In order to comply with Meetup policies (https://help.meetup.com/hc/en-us/articles/360002897712-Meetup-Group-Policies-Standards-for-Meetup-Groups) the common interest of members of this group should be decreasing of number of lonely people in luxembourg in favour of couples.
I met several people, some were nice, others not so much.
Before meeting a perfect stranger, I had wished that I could have asked a friend: What’s he like?
I believe in hard work and I like people with positive Iam a woman strong but who feels alone. I very interesting life story, being born and raised in the Persian jewish community Iran...
But then, everybody is looking for other things as well: money, sex, security, comfort, excitement, something to show off with, etc. What I’ve learned while looking for love in Luxembourg is that most people don’t know what they are looking for. something Looking for love is like having a blind date. One time, when I was in a holly place where everyone was throwing coins I put a wish: And my wish was granted. In the course of the process of “searching for love” I’ve become closer to some friends and I discovered the real meaning of the word “friendship”. I’ve also met people whom are not close close friends but who supported me, helped me or simply offered time and kind words of encouragement. And I’ve also became closer to my family, which made me understand how you can love and hate someone at the same time. Once, for a concert, I bumped into 3 men I had dated in the course of half of hour.Always accessible, astute and energetic, Claudia is both extremely generous and extremely business-like at the same time.I highly recommend her as a very responsible and loyal business partner. I worked with Claudia during a big transition in my life.So I did what most people do these days when they find themselves in a similar situation, I went first on meetic, then on badoo, then finally on Tinder.I like to think that I’ve learned (and I’m still learning) some things. This does not apply only to Luxembourg, but the fact that there are so many expats and foreigners makes things a little more complicated. Ours has new challenges like balance between security and freedom, or between exposure and privacy. If you really don’t want not to see someone ever again, then move out or pray that they would move out.