I'm in high school, and lately all of my friends have had guys like them, and now all of them have boyfriends. Whenever I see any of them together, I can't help but wonder what is wrong with me that I don't have a boyfriend. Boys don't flirt with me, or say they like me, or add me on snapchat. Some things that give you a general overview about me: -I'm not a popular party girl, but I'm not a dweeb either. I have a wide circle of friends that are different ages and genders. -I'm attractive, and have been called pretty and hot by males and females. I have a pretty face and a good body, and I dress relatively well. -I'm really smart. APs, honors, straight A's, blah blah. However, the boys I usually like and go for are older and smart as well. -I have a lot of hobbies and I'm really passionate about them. I'm very political and liberal, which is sometimes a bit much for my more conservative town. However, all of my friends are like this. I'm just sick of being the ONLY one of my friends to not have a boy outwardly interested in them. Even my straight guy friends have had gay boys interested in them! Why do you think this is? Also general answers would be helpful.
I noticed that you said boys don't flirt with you, say they like you, etc. From a psychological standpoint, that's what's called "passive talk." In other words, you seem to be focusing on what THEY'RE not doing to you, which means you might not be focusing enough on what YOU'RE doing.
If your friends were being honest, they might admit to giving their current boyfriends some form of encouragement. Chances are, all those boys didn't just wander up out of the blue and ask them out. Maybe you should send a few signals out here and there and see what happens...
If anything that's good. Use this to your advantage, don't get distracted by boys!
Focus on school, give it your all and come out with the best grades. When you're in college/uni then you can look for a love life. Also if you're a qualified intelligent woman, you'll easily get a decent guy.
Your dad raised you properly. I assume you have a dad. Don't be down on yourself. Keep up the high standard and don't ever settle! Some guys love hard-to-get, it's a huge rush. I didn't as a teenage boy, way too immature for a girlfriend. Other girls will say you're being stuck up. But I disagree. Don't judge yourself by their standards. Maybe you just don't have time for immature, stupid teenage boys? Maybe you'll make up for it in college?
Your probably intimaditing in some when, don't seem approachable, instead of waiting for a guy to hit on you, start the conversation yourself. Try an be very friendly to everyone and stuff should open up
General answer: I automatically assume that an attractive girl heard saying how attractive she is during many years. Thus she may have gotten a spoiled personality. I also automatically assume that an attractive girl already has a boyfriend and two guys waiting to take his place. If she's also expensively dressed there's no longer an assumption of high maintenance but a near certainty. Reason enough to look rather at the next girl.
PS, I dated two girls who'd fit your description. My wife is pretty and well dressed and intellectual and liberal.
welcome to real life, where you find out that you can be pretty as angelina jolie and smart ad einsten, but if you don't have luch you cannot have someone you love and that loves you back just cause you want it, and no matter how much you try you can still have no luck Know that nothing is wrong with you! it's just that life is that way... All i can say is that I hope you'll have the luck to meet the guy of your dreams!
Dude guys don't matter right now. Just focus on your studies and the guys will come
Too self absorbed or scary to approach.
Just because you think you're up at a great level doesn't mean you're going to get a boyfriend. I may not be much older than you, but I already know you're far too immature (to be in a real relationship to begin with) in the sense where, wow, you sound like everything is revolving around getting attention, from guys, in specific. You're not even trying to find someone to learn, grow, and be with for a very long time. You're just wanting a boyfriend simply to have one. You're too attracted to being in love to just be in love.