If men have to wait to be selected by a woman, does that mean he has to rely on a woman to notice and flirt with him first, that way he can say to himself "he's no longer single" cause he has somebody that actually likes him?
Knowing that if he made the first move by seeing a woman he likes, he'll get rejected.
I'm not saying women should date every single guy to makes the first move but it seems unfair that a great guy would get turn down because, women had a bad relationship with an ex, so the great guy has to suffer for that.
It seems even more pathetic when after a confess his feelings to a female friend of his, after she kindly told him "lets just stay friends", but later own in life, after she change her mind about her (knowing she finally starts liking him more than just a friend) after she apologize to him for breaking his heart, he'll give her a second chance and still want to date her... A girl will never want to still date a guy (who kindly rejected her at first) after he change his mind about her, and that's not right.
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No. Because as Eleanor Roosevelt said, "No one can make you feel inferior without your consent." I'll never understand why so many people on here, especially the guys, base their confidence on what other people, most of whom they don't even really know, think of them. Men with real confidence approach women to whom they are attracted regardless of whether the woman has given them any signs, and they immediately begin to actively attract her. If they get rejected, they brush it off because they know their worth and also know that, one rejection doesn't mean it's over, so they alter their approach and realize that it's just going to take a little longer this time than it normally does; or that, more often than not, I'll meet another girl that very night who will make me forget about the first girl who rejected me.
You're also taking all this stuff far too serious and far too personally, and it's making you bitter. The actions of another, including their rejecting you, almost always has nothing to do with the other person (you). It has to do with something about the other person (her)—something in her past or current situation, or her personal preferences. In other words, there are so many things that can lead to a rejection—most of which have nothing to do with you—that you shouldn't take rejections so personal. Also most rejections aren't permanent (unless you make it that way by acting like a child after it), and even if it is, believe it or not, if the girl really likes you as a friend, she will hook you up.1
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