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But I can’t just start making lists of things for you to consider without acknowledging the anguish that you appear to be in.Between your intensely careful attention to making this question untraceable, as well as your clear heartbreak, I’m just sad for you and sorry you’re hurting. Having said that (while dropping a Christian pseudo-curse word in the process), we need to have a conversation.And as a start, we’re going to move away from your direct situation a bit and zoom out—way out—to some bigger questions that may make your particular path a little more clear. But don’t worry, I’m not getting into exchanging locker combinations and sharing Stüssy shirts.Single friends may begin to worry how your friendship with them is changing; certainly you now have one less thing in common (being single) with which to share similar thoughts and feelings, and they might wonder if they are being “left behind” in race to find “the One.” That can be a scary prospect since friendship is forged largely on the commonalities we share, and especially when self-worth is often tied in to finding a suitable partner. Did you ask yourself when it was your turn to find the love of your life?Think back to a time when you were single and one of your friends started seeing someone they thought was the right person for them. Did these feelings make you like your friend any less, or did you just really miss them? There are 21 million Google hits for “cannabis and dating,” cannabis-friendly dating services are offered by coaches like Molly Peckler, and if you’re technologically inclined — there’s an app for that. In the age of cell phones, it makes sense that singles would want a streamlined way to find prospective partners with similar interests.