I don't really see the problem. I love who I am, I think I'm pretty. I won't change who I am, either. I'm smart, a 30 ACT and honor roll. I'm sociable--people love talking to me, I love talking to them. I'm nice--everyone says so. I've been told to be a model before, and I'm definitely not insecure about my looks (but I'm modest, I don't dress skimpy). I put 110% into relationships I've attempted before, always me whose done the asking, but then after a couple dates they say I'm nice but we're just friends. I'm sweet. But they love someone else. Or something along those lines.
I do not put out, and I know that could be contributing. A few guys have walked away because I wouldn't have sex. In fact, I make that very clear because I'm only 17 and I feel like I'm not emotionally ready yet. But I've never even kissed a guy yet, to date.
I've recently been turned down, again. I'm sweet, and a great friend. But only that. I don't know what to do to change this mentality. Guys say they look for pretty, smart, and fun.
I love amusement parks. I'm a master joke-teller. I'm a great listener. I try new things (like bowling, that didn't work out but it was funny to watch me try). People love me as a friend. I have so many friends. Making friends is easy to me.
When it comes to my dating style, I will never date more than one guy at once. I believe that communication is key. I try. And once I was told I try too hard to hold things together, but I don't want to leave something without trying.
And I do have a disorder--narcolepsy. But it's not too bad, I don't just fall asleep during a conversation. I just tired sometimes quickly and suddenly, and occasionally fall over when laughing. But I doubt that should by why guys are so scared away.
I just... don't seem to see what everyone else sees. I won't take offense, please be honest.
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Well if you're as good as you say you are, guys are probably intimidated by you. A lot of them might feel like they're not good enough to date you. Also, you mentioned guys walking away because you didn't want to have sex. Unfortunately our culture has been hijacked by a bunch of sex maniacs. Most girls nowadays put out way too easily, so a lot of guys just don't put forth any effort in relationships anymore because they don't have to. Why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free? You don't want guys like that though, they are players and would just leave you when you get older and your looks start to fade. You're still young, guys your age are only going to be interested in sex. Wait until you're older, and date older, more mature guys.0