How can someone believe he is datable?

when women never give him time of day to show any kind of personality or charm , just because he is average looking or less (every girl , not good looking girls)


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  • You ask a good question. It is very hard to believe, in the face of overwhelming doubt, that you are worthwhile. However if you were to maintain that you are valuable then despite yourself in this dark hour you will be the shining example someday. You need no confidence, that's empty, just faith in what you are and what you stand for. The rest really does take care of itself.

    Still, there are no magic tricks; you have to choose to overcome this by keeping an open mind, staying positive, and when you waiver standing back up and dusting off. Much, much harder to do than anything else.

    • i stayed positive and optimistic for years

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    • i don't really have any photos of myself anywhere , ill try to find one , but I highly doubt that would help

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What Girls Said 1

  • Try smiling and greeting people and girls if you haven't yet

    • i do , my smile is ugly though :/ nothing different

What Guys Said 3

  • a lot of average guys won't get much attention from girls that's the reality of being average I guess . there just isn't any reason for girls to be really interested or pay attention to average guys so maybe you have to do something to make yourself a bit more interesting or less average to become more datable

    • average girls get more dates than good looking guys

  • Basically if your decent looking you don't need to have as much of a personality to stand out, if your average or not so good looking you have to have a better personality to compensate and do things which make you unique, funny and stand out. Just have to engage with girls in a interesting matter to begin with to immediately gauge their interest if you don't have the looks to do it for you. Generally speaking of course, too many variables.

  • Even though society has a standard of looks, and to some extent personality, I think it's generally subjective.

    You simply need confidence, and yes it's cliche to say, but it's how women are built.