You may be right to some extent, being addicted to a certain type. The more energy you put into the pursuit of relationships, the more likely you'll end up looking in the wrong place or settling for less than you deserve, the more disappointed you'll be when they don't work out, and the more cynical and counter-productive your attitude will become. Observe people and take a chance when you think it's worth it.
I also find it annoying that people who already have someone find it so easy to tell us single people that we complain too easily. Also don't rush into full-blown relationships when all you really want is either a friend or sex, and not both.
I've been told I can have any man I want (I don't buy into that).
In your day to day interactions with people, you'll meet someone. I was like you: I dare not date a Trinidadian or Caribbean man for that matter and was solely biased to dating white men.
However, it was when I had hit rock bottom with personal issues in my life that my closest companion and listener was a male Trinidadian man. :roll: :roll: :roll: You don't stick a knife in a man's back nine inches and then pull it out six inches and say you're making progress.
They all get what they want and if they don't, they move on.
Here's the funny thing though, I'd actually prefer dating and dare I say marry a Trini guy, but I wonder if any of them are capable of honesty and integrity. Before I moved to London, I met someone whom I thought would be a great friend, if not a great love.