I loved a girl in the past, i was younger and more naive and i treated her extremely well and always watched her back and made her life as easy as i could, i truly liked her even thuough we just went out a couple of times, then she broke my heart, dated another man whom screwed me behind my back, acted like a btch to me and hurt me.
i changed from that day, i changed mentally and physically, i grew up, i became much more straightforward, meaner and less sympathic with girls, girls find me very attractive, but i simply can't find a girl i care about or even feel she is worth it, all girls are the same, they act like men, they swear, sleep around, cheat, some smoke and drink like alcoholics, they are not feminine nor quality women.
not to mention that many girls who seem to want something from me and keep giving my signs of interest have bfs or sometimes even fiances , I don't know if i can respect or love a girl enough or even find a girl who i can love... i see some of my friends trying their best to solve a problem of their female friend or put their girlfriend on pedestal, and all i can think of is "why? why are they doing all these silly things, these girls are not worth their time , and they still like me without even me helping them , why go through all that just to be called a friend?"
Most Helpful Girl
I always had the same problem with men. My motto was "never actually become emotionally evolved until you're already dating" that's how I usually would weed out the ones that were going to use me for whatever it was they were after. It also depends on what kind of woman you are after I guess. You are absolutely right about the pedestal thing, too many men put these girls on a pedestal, so of course they will be a let down. I don't know what you would consider a quality woman, but I would think if they're honest, decent looking, life-partner material and even mildly intelligent, that's pretty worth it.0
Most Helpful Guy
Look man, you got your heart broken, that girl did you wrong. I get it. I recently went through a crushing heartbreak myself, though I wasn't actually in a relationship with her, but... eh, it's complicated. Anyways, you shouldn't say all girls are the same just cause one was bad! Imagine if you liked a girl but she rejected you cause she said all guys are the same? The point is some girls are nice and some aren't. Same with guys. You just gotta get past the bad ones and find the nice and sweet ones. And those, the sweet girls, are definitely worth our time.0