I am a 23 years old ugly guy. I asked a question 3 years ago and I was saying that I was ugly and never gonna get a girl to go out with me. Opinions were like " you are not ugly, you can get laid sometime" and whomever I asked to go out with me rejected me and they told me the reason was my uglyness. Does my situation remain unchanged? Why am I being rejected continuously? Is this because I am ugly?
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It's pretty difficult for a boy to not be able to get a girlfriend. However, here are five things that will drastically reduce or, even, completely get rid of a boy's ability to get a girlfriend:
1) The type of boy who stays at home all day and doesn't try to talk to girls for whatever reason... not even to girls online.
2) The type of boy who sees priorities as things he has time for and things he doesn't (ex. Thinks that school is of paramount importance. Studies all the time. Doesn't make friends and therefore doesn't talk to any girls casually. Doesn't take care of health). Priorities are not black-and-white. Too succeed, you have to try becoming a well-rounded person. This means thoroughly evaluating the importance of certain things in your life and allocating time/effort accordingly.
3) A boy who bitterly believes that no girl wants to be with him and "prepares for failure" whenever a girl does show interest (ex. not putting in effort in the chase because he believes that it will not end well anyways)
4) A boy who is not only unappreciative of all that he has in life but also has NO redeeming qualities. This severely limits his ability to appreciate a prospective girlfriend (girl ends up not feeling appreciated = unhappy in relationship) AND makes it hard for a girl to become interested or sustain her interest in him. A bad combination.
5) A boy who is not attracted to girls. Simple enough. If the boy is not interested in girls, he won't seek a girlfriend and won't be interested in the advances of any interested girls.
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