That's the best conclusion I can reach after many failures in trying to get dates. I've only gone on one date on my life, and even I knew in the back of my mind that the girl wasn't a good fit (though looking back, it seems like I had the best connection with her out of any other girl I've met). Since then I've struck out in asking girls on dates...they just won't give me a chance. And to be honest, I don't think I'm asking the right kind of girls, either. The couple girls I got along with pretty well ended up having boyfriends already.
I talked to my friend about this and he said the same thing without me mentioning it: that I'm going after the wrong crowd. But that pretty much means I've never found a girl that I jive with and I'm already 22. And the fact that I'm in medical school means that a lot of them are already married or engaged or of that sort
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I have to say I feel you on this. I am a little different. I have hooked up with guys and have been told that I am awesome, but how come I have not gotten asked out or how come I have had one boyfriend and never really been asked out again?
I guess one thing is where are you meeting these girls? You may, like your friend said and you have thought, be going after girls that are just not meant for you. Now where to go, that's a different and difficult question. Just exert self confidence. Honestly, with what experience I have had, exerting self confidence is the key. I go for a guy that looks like he is confident, has his stuff together, wants to have a good time, and has a good sense of humor. You just have to get out there. Scarrrrrry and horrifying, yes. Will you damn near feel humiliated sometimes, yes. But you have to do it.
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