I am sixteen years old, and I've never had a boyfriend! All my friends have already had a bunch, and have ALL been kissed. The ones I like don't like me back, and the ones I don't end up stalking me! Is there something wrong with me that I just repel every cute boy I see? I'm not gorgeous, but I definitely don't think I'm hideous either... Is there something I could be doing better to get boys to notice me? The fact that I've barely gotten any good offers from boys when all of my friends have had multiple amounts of boyfriends. There was a guy that I've been friends with for over a year and we ended up spending a lot of time together. A few times when we hung out it felt very much like a date, he even called one a double date, but never made a move. Having been alone for so long and seeing everyone start to couple off is beginning to take a toll on me, please help.
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Ah, I know the feeling.
I'm 19, in the course of my life I've had a grand total of:
From 13 to now.
One guy I crushed over for 5 years, first love, he broke my freakin' heart
Another guy was his best friend, we dated for like...a month...wasn't worth it in the end.
First boyfriend actually turned out to be *gay*, lol.
And the other two I have dated a multiple of times.
My little sister has the same problem you do, all of her friends have boyfriends but she doesn't, she'll date a guy she likes and two weeks later, she loses interest. She's been single for...gosh...3 years now? She used to complain about all her friends having bf's and I told her exactly what I'm about to tell you.
You don't need a boyfriend to complete your life, you should go out and do whatever the hell you want, because when your in a relationship you spend all this time and effort into another person and hardly any time for yourself. When the right guy who really wants you for who you are, nothing else but that, you'll have a more meaningful relationship. High school relationships 99.9% of the time fail, the only one I've seen work turned into a 40 year marriage (my uncle and his wife, still very in love). My point to you is, focus on what's most important, YOU. Because the day you get into a relationship you'll be telling yourself "I wish I was single", and while your single having the mentality of "I wish I were in a relationship" sucks, but it's easier to focus on what really matters. When the right man shows up, and trust me, he WILL, you'll have a more stable relationship and a more understanding one than to just "hop into it".