Hi, I'm new to this site so I guess I could say this is my ice breaker onto this site. I've been single for over 3 years now and I just keep asking myself am I doing something wrong when it comes to women? I've only been in 3 actual relationships my entire life so my experience might not be up to par as compared to others. I've always been nice towards women, a gentleman, helpful when needed, caring, etc. I have been told by some women that I'm ugly (which does hurt a bit but I try to press on) There are some women that have stood out from others that I would've loved to have a shot with, but it just seems that I can't get out of the friends zone with them, or I just completely don't even try for (beauty can be an intimidation factor). Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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I've been single for 2 years so I know how it feels. but I haven't said yes to anyone, on purpose because I'm still healing from my past.
that's really mean for them to say that. but I guess those women aren't kind and neither are they polite about it. that was such a direct coment.
i used to be like that. like when I was in my teens, I didn't care about how I looked and guys never gave me a chance. I'm different now. sometimes it does depend on looks for some people. I would try to get to know someone my friends recommend.
sometimes you can go out with a genuine girl, who isn't the prettiest and she has a great personality. you mentioned beauty, ...are they all really really pretty? then yeah, it could be intimidating.
work on what you can work on. like you said you're intimidated by beauty. then work on your looks. I know it hurts. in highschool, I never got asked out and suddenly after I worked on it, guys keep asking me. so yeah, it sucks I know. just believe in who you are and being nice is good.
remember-it doesn't matter how many relationships you have had, it's what you learn from observing and experience. I've had few relationships. and I know more than some people who date like way more than me. but I'm more selective now. so just work on what you can. don't stay sad about it, maybe read books on relationships. I have for the most part.0