I think I done just about all I can to attract them. From losing weight, shaving my head, dressing really nice. I wear cologn. Now I'm growing my hair back. I still never get approach or flirted with. Tried dating sites and no luck.
Im starting to believe that today's woman only want the best looking guy that makes a lot of $. Looks and $ seem only hope for guys these days. Plentyoffish dating site seems to prove that. Maybe women really are superficial?
Most Helpful Girl
i've never dated a guy for his money; it would go against everything i stand for.
look, physical attraction is essential to any relationship. but it's just one, small piece of a much bigger puzzle; you need chemistry, common interests, and compatibility.
i met my boyfriend/future husband online (we used okcupid). we clicked instantly and had tons in common- i was working 60 hours/week at the time, and our conversations were a breath of fresh air. we met in person a month later, and we've been inseparable ever since.
we're both creative people who love to laugh, and there's no problem we can't hug out. we have different skill sets and use them to help each other out; we support each other, and i would never ask anything of him that i not willing to do myself.
that's not to say that things are perfect. we argue, have misunderstandings, and struggle just like any other couple does. but he's my best friend, and i wouldn't trade him for anything.
my point is, if you're going to commit to the online bit, keep your mind open and have fun. try different sites and don't worry about committing immediately- just be yourself, and the right person will love and respect you for it.
most important;y, be safe and have fun :)0
Most Helpful Guy
It's not that hard. First off, if you're waiting for girls to approach you/flirt with you, you're doing it wrong. Secondly, delete all your online dating profiles. That's a woman's playground. It's not built for guys to actually do well, generally speaking. Work on becoming a person that you yourself could imagine you dating1