I notice that I keep falling for the wrong women because they never like me in return. Is there a way (s) figure out who is an ideal match for myself? I'm trying to not fall for the same type of woman again. Any advice?
Well you can't control who you fall for. But yeah you can choose the crowd where you can find that perfect girl for you. But you know the worst part of it... You still can't be 100% sure of it. Next time if you find someone you like, give your mind and heart to adapt to her and not overwhelm yourself. Give it some time before getting involved with her on a serious level.
Or may be try being single intentionally for some time. Take a gap from relationships. Enjoy life and find yourself some adventures ;) Live life a little and fall in love with yourself! Good luck :)
honestly I don't know anymore. Sometimes, you love someone very much and they just say I don't feel it and you got step down and rest. Join the club of confused singletons. No clue why it happens to me as well. I don't understand.
You're a pretty cute guy. I'd say that you probably need to meet more people. Don't invest emotionally in someone you barely know. Get to know them slowly. If they aren't into you, don't keep using all your time and energy on them. Otherwise, you're just falling for a fantasy.
Simple advice. Stop falling for women. Things that fall tend to break. I see that your profile says that your 25. One you are successful in your career, girls will come to you. Just wait about 5 more years and watch. Look for red flags when dating such as drinking, single mothers, moderate to heavy drug use, etc. That way, you can weed out bad apples.
Aiming too high could be a problem. If you thought starting a relationship was hard, you should try keeping it. Its hard. I don't like to thing that I chanced upon this person. I'd like to believe that I chose her and she chose me and only after establishing that firm rapport would I venture into a relationship. I hardly think that there's anything like a mismatched couple or dating incompatibility. What matters is that you guys make yourselves perfect for each other.