There are over 3 million people currently internet dating in the UK, a number that continues to rise across all age groups.
With so many options, we offer an Oldie approved alternative to find a good friend or soul mate without the hassle of an app.
Of course it's not limited to the Nottinghamshire area, anyone can join just for a friendly chat with someone :) Hi. I'm 26 years old and live in London and have struggled with depression/emetophobia/anxiety/OCD since I was 13 years old.
Through my struggle I isolated myself from friends and many of them were scared away at the fact I had a mental health condition.
Like most dating websites it is free to register a profile.
The good news is that the basic features of actually using the site (including sending some messages) are also free.
Online communication has become an integral part of most of our lives, and yet many people continue to view those they meet on the Internet with suspicion.
They imagine that online forums are filled with sexual predators and people using false identities. Online interactions vary in terms of two major questions: (1) What venues are we using to communicate, and, (2) What are we lying about?
Talking to people who understand how you feel can make a huge difference Through Friends in Need you can chat online, find others who share your interests and meet up with people near you.
The number of users online dating sites like Match.com, OKCupid, JDate and e Harmony now attract suggests that any stigma people once felt around looking for love online has lifted.
But would you use a matchmaking site to find female friends?
I am unsure how to move forward or get motivated and the worst part is I feel so bored and under stimulated that I just sleep all day everyday! I started this group in the hopes that people in the same area would like to chat, make new friends and just share interests.
I moved to the area recently but with depression and anxiety taking over I haven't made any friends or really left the house much.