I can definitely relate to that... But I still hold out hope! Personally, being single sucks!
This is my old cynical self speaking, but the older I get, the more I see marriage as a Catch 22: all singles who long for a partner, and heaven forbid they admit this, sexual intimacy, are all told to get married because "it's better to marry than burn with passion!" (1 Corinthians 7:9)
But what young singles don't seem to realize is, you get ONE shot at this - ONE, because if you somehow make a mistake... If you wind up in a marriage that's unpleasant, abusive, sexually incompatible, and/or downright miserable, you are stuck, and there is no way out.
Your best bet is to hope your spouse cheats on you (for anyone who can't tell, I say this with EXTREME sarcasm) so that you can actually have a "Biblical" divorce, because otherwise you will be branded as an evil, adultery-committing divorced person for the rest of your life, and can NEVER seek out someone ever again.
If singles thought the fact that they can't have a full romantic relationship with someone unless they marry was tough, they also have to face the reality that ONE shot is all you get.
And I see Christian couples all around me divorcing, whether they've been married 3 years or 30. Even the ones who stay together often are neither committed, loving, or happy.
I understand that most of what I'm saying will sound bitter and jaded, but with all the pressure placed on finding that RIGHT person you won't be miserable with in 5, 10, or 50 years...
I'm almost at a point of asking God to "turn me over to the dark side forever" and be content with just being single.