I am a 22 year old female who has never had a boyfriend. I've "seen" guys... gone on dates.. but nothing ever eventuates.
Guys usually tell me on the first or second date that they arn't looking for a relationship. However a few months after I stop seeing them they have a girlfriend. So I feel like they just lie that they don't want a relationship because they would never consider dating me.
I look at all the girls out there and think they find it easy and simple to find a boyfriend.
I am reasonably attractive, I have a really good job and guys always tell me they love my personality.
I just want to know why I am finding it so hard to find a boyfriend. I do have an agressive streak and I do suffer from anxiety. However shouldn't someone out there love me for who I am? And why is this so hard to find.
I constantly think there is something wrong with me because guys continually reject me.
I fear being alone forever and never finding someone.
Also recently I started to see this guy. He told me I am girlfriend material and that he'd love to get to know me because I have a great personality. But now he has backed off and tells me he's scared to be in a relationship.
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I met this girl a couple of weeks ago. She was okay looking, not a banging super model, but is pretty. What draw my attention was how kind she was to me. I developed feelings for her just because she was kind to me which girls are never are nice to me. Until a few days later when I was unconditionally showing signs that I liked her and she was making sure she was making it obvious that she had no interest in me. It put me down, and made me feel like crap. Now I feel that I would never want to get emotionally involved with a girl again. I can't take it anymore, all I wanted was to meet a girl, and all girls have done was scope the scene as they were some kind of investigator just so they have a reason to dismiss me. Who wants to go through that? I can tell I'm not sexually attractive, because hanging around my friends and noticing how easy women talk to them; it just proves the point.1