well im 22 years old and I have not had a gf or kissed a girl. I have been close on many opportunities but something happened and she went away. all the girls I have liked either are in a relationship at the time, just got out of one and don't want another one at the time, or just don't want to be in a relationship, so with those girls I endup being friends with then then all of a sudden get feelings for them and my confidence suffers for it because I end up telling them how I truly feel and they tell me the same thing every time. I hate how this always happens to me, and I can't blame it on my self because I don't pick who I fall in love with. there is this one girl right now I meet in the student dowms and somewhat became friends (I also became with her 2 friends that she meet in the dorms) when I first met this girl I thought I had feeling but didn't know because it was to earl and duriig break the feeling started to hit me and I realized I like her. we started talking a lot during break on snapchat (through actuall messages) and I would smile everytime I got a new message from her, the last few days of break the convo really died down and I felt kind of down about it. now back at school I saw her yesterday but she didn't really ackwnoledge me much since her friend (form dorms) was there. I know I need to tell her the truth but don't know how, and don't want to ruin a friendship with all 3 of them because of this... I already know she isn't really looking for a relationship because of what her friends told me and that she probably doesn't have feeling but I need to know what all the cute flirt text was about then because I felt a connection during that time... I don't know what to do anymore my confidence has suffered enough, and whenever it has gone up it just goes down further into the ground than it was before...
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You shouldn't feel less confident because you told a girl how you felt about them, if anything that should give you more confidence. It take a lot of guts to tell someone that you like them instead of wondering what their feelings are towards you. I was recently in the same situation as you, as I fell for a fellow co worker. She was just different from anyone I meant in a long time, we texted back and forth, and everything. One day I told her I liked her and I wanted to get to know her better, sadly for me she didn't handle the situation all that great. But as time went on I put the pieces together.
Don't be so hard on yourself, it is hard meeting genuine people. You just have to hope that you are in the right place and right time to meet people I find.1