My longest "relationship" was 4 months and was when I was in 8th grade. When asked if I'm single and I respond, "yes" no one can really believe that. For awhile I thought nothing of it because I didn't want a relationship due to personal conflicts battling depression, anxiety, and an eating disorder. I'm at a point where all of those problems are under control and view myself in a very positive light now. This being said, I'm still single. I go on the occasional date but there's never more than one with the same person. I've had a friends with benefits and thought he wanted more but that wasn't true. Any guy I talk to who has intentions of being more than a friend loses interest within a month or so and I don't know why.
I have no problem texting first or calling, and say what's on my mind if there's an issue. I'm seen as the "chill girl" being that I have few female friends and avoid drama. I'm 5'3" and around 130lbs. My waist and stomach are small, my chest is 36C, and I'm known for having a very large and perky ass. I have strawberry blonde hair that's all natural, never dyed with green eyes. I take very good care of my health because of he previous disorders mentioned. Rarely a zit on my face, white teeth, clean eating but don't shy away from fast food cause yum. I smoke weed and don't drink anymore, never smoked a cigarette and don't plan on it. I can be very sassy or bitchy, but people say they like that about me because I'm "real". Any insight as to why guys don't want to date me would be appreciated.
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Being bitchy won't win you any points with men. A little sass is cute, but there comes a point when it becomes a pain in the ass. There's a fine line between sassy and bitchy, and you need to be aware of it. Being sassy is not being afraid to speak your mind or put your foot down when NECESSARY. Being bitchy is just having an attitude and being rude for no apparent reason. Trust me, I have a pretty strong personality and constantly need to remind myself to tone it down.