What a bogus deal! Why do my friends, both male and female, insist that I'm beautiful and "have a lot going for me"? I'm very rarely asked out, and when it does happen, it's nearly always by some guy who is overconfident and lacks genuine character.
Any speculation as to why this is the case?
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You're certainly not unattractive.
Consider that today's society is filled with fear and weakness; everyone is afraid of getting hurt, being humiliated, being rejected, looking or sounding stupid. Prizes for winners have been replaced by participation ribbons, quality education scrapped in favor of 'No Child Left Behind' policies. Military entrance tests modified to allow in lesser humans, rather than those most suited for combat. My point? It's no wonder that "overconfident" men are the ones who approach you. Everyone else is petrified by societal-induced fear.
How can a person be TOO confident? TOO willing to go after what they want? Would you prefer people who would rather stay in their comfort zone? From the tone of your question, it doesn't seem that would be the case. I would recommend counting yourself amongst the "overconfident" and striding out into the world with a goal in mind. Set standards and rise to achieve them, going after men who do likewise.
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