on dating apps they just want to sext and in person want to sleep with me so i know im decent looking and attractive, i fell for this one guy we dated a week and slept together many times but he doesn't want a relationship and said i was being clingy and now he doesn't text me the same or chase me like he used to, i feel suicidal bc i want true love so bad and no man wants me.
In my opinion, it is incorrect to base your self-worth on the opinions of others. Every person is unique and fantastic in their own way and just because the people you’ve attempted to take and form a relationship with so far hasn’t been able to see your worth and what a great value you have as a life-partner is no reason to become suicidal and allow these others to have that kind of power of you to affect you so severely in this way.
In this world of faster and faster gratification, individuals have lost their sense of patience; to wait for that right special one which can give them the everlasting companionship they so desire. True, some just want sex and they just want the casual hookup, but for those like yourself, who want something more, you’re going to need to develop a ‘thicker’ shield against those who would use your desires against you for their own aims to just get between your legs and use you for sex only without anything more serious.
In my view, everyone is deserving of finding that one and only one to share their life with if that is what they truly want and it may take a lifetime to find that one to give all of yourself to, but in my experience it is not a false hope or dream to desire this or search for it; even when you are faced with disappointments from time to time. The point is not to give up, because in the end everything will work out for the best, and if it hasn’t yet worked out for the best---then it isn’t the end. That’s my bottom line.
Sadly on dating apps almost all men just use them for sex. The best thing that my female friends found to put on their profile is that they are waiting until they are married for sex and that they want a Godly relationship and that they will meet their dates in a church for the first time. Yeah there has been a few creeps that still tried to just get in their pants but it works better than most things they have tried. I honestly don't recommend a dating app. Try to network around in your home town. Let your friends know that your looking and willing to date.
Try a dating website, not a dating app. Make your setting, looking for a serious relationship. You won't find that on Tinder. It's just not for that, it's a hookup/FWB type of place. Just be up front that you aren't a pump and dump girl.