I live in a boarding school of 80 people. Almost every girl has either a boyfriend or either something going on with a guy. Every time i see them together i get quite sad because i want a boyfriend too. What am i doing wrong?
I feel so friendzoned as well! Like i dunno how to flirt...
The question isn't what you're doing wrong, it's what you're doing right... some of these girls are going to end up pregnant and single mothers... girl have you seen 16 and Pregnant? Do yourself a favor and think about what you really want... getting a boyfriend just for the heck of it isn't worth it.
It will happen for you and probably soon. Most boys your age are just beginning to feel their oats but are still she not knowing how to properly approach girls. But don't worry, you'll get a boyfriend soon enough.
You're still in school. Likely surrounded by a bunch of bitches and dicks who think they're better than everyone else (probably i don't know), i would say a lot of schools are like this. You still have time. don't go out there and sell yourself for nothin. You're not doing anything wrong, just be yourself, they'll come to you
you are young i dont know if you are attractive or not boy at this age dont look first at personality but at face im not telling you are ugly unless i see a picture of you first ok lets say you are beautiful sometimes make the first move dont let make them think they are in a friendzone tease them stare at them and one will come always say hi to everyone at school
You're only 15 years old. Who cares what every body else is doing? Every body else could jump off of a bridge... would you want to follow? In 3 years from now none of this highschool shit will matter, no one will even care. Work towards success not following the trends. Trends die out. Someone that is motivated, a hard worker, always achieves greater and greater. A boyfriend should not be your priority. If it happens... it happens. But don't want one because you want to blend in with every one else.
Hold your horses. My question for you is are you in love with the idea of being in love? If yes then don't date for those reasons. How will you know if you're in love? The person you think about after you wake up or go to sleep is always the same. A lot of times, people end up dating for the wrong reasons, make sure yours are right. I wouldn't enter a relationship if I felt excluded from my peers either. That would be another wrong reason for example. The person you commit yourself to should have your loyalty if the relationship is true indeed. It's about two people, no one else. (Unless you have kids.) A monogamous relationship that is.
Da flippers girl, y'all need to take a chill pill and calm da faq down you are 15, stop trying to grow up so fast. If something happens it happens if not who cares, you have your whole life ahead of you.
You're doing nothing wrong. At all. Don't even think like that. You would be doing something wrong if you went out and got a boyfriend just because everyone else has one... don't worry about being 15 years old and not having a boyfriend... there is no perfect age to have a relationship, just let it happen whenever it happens and you will be much happier.
Being in a relationship might seem like a dream come true, especially at that age where you feel pressured and left out by peers - let me tell you the truth. Being in a relationship has it's pros but it definitely comes with a handful of cons too.
Being in a [mature] relationship is hard work. You have to sacrifice a lot of things for the sake of your partner's happiness. It comes with a handful of complications and hardship. It's not as easy as it looks.
I didn't have a boyfriend until I was 19. It's not because I couldn't get one - I chose not to have one when I was younger because I had things to do and I knew I wasn't mature enough for a serious, committed relationship. I wasn't necessarily looking for love either before I met my boyfriend - it just happened.
There is nothing to be sad about not having a boyfriend at that age. There are reasons as to why most teenage relationships don't last - teens lack solid maturity and have not yet finished developing themselves. My advise is to just focus on hobbies and education - love will just come to you (in most cases).
I didn't have a boyfriend until I turned 17, and it wasn't because I couldn't get one, it was because I wasn't interested. As most people said, just be patient, don't be so eager to have a boyfriend that you just accept the first guy who is interested in you.
As for what you are doing wrong, I don't get to interact with you daily, so I can't be sure. But guys should like someone who is easygoing, not judgmental, kind to everyone, and who makes them feel like you are interested in what they have to say.
Well one problem is your in a boarding school from my experiance not the nicest people. Trust me your normal!! Focus on school it will pan out. It is frustating feeling outcasted I have been there too, not fun. Try and not let it bother you its hard, but it will keep you from giving off a vibe of "IM SO LONELY" and that comes off as scary to normal people and that is the moment you will start attracting the creeps. Be yourself socialize initiate conversations and above all enjoy yourself!
You're not doing anything wrong. When you find the right person, you'll know. I know that this isn't very comforting, at the moment. But, trust me, sweetheart, it will happen when it's supposed to. As cliché as that sounds.