I am 19 and in college. I go to a small liberal arts college, but the college has slightly more men than women. I am focusing on my education but I cannot help but to feel empty inside or have episodes of depression because I have never had a bf. I always thought that in college, dates would come easily to me and that finding a guy to date would not be a problem. People tell me I am pretty/beautiful, yet I never have had a boyfriend, been asked out on a date, or have had a first kiss. Girls in my residence hall are already dating with men in the same college but I am here crying my eyes out everyday because no guys seem interested in me. I am very confused because strangers always comment on how gorgeous I am and that I should be an actress, yet I don't understand why boys at my college don't show interest in me. I am not conceited and I don't want to say that I am prettier than the girls in my college who are in relationships, but I don't feel like the girls are remarkably pretty; I mean they are definitely not ugly. I am getting really worried because I have practically no experience with relationships whatsoever. I am afraid of being lonely and I am afraid that the fact that I am so inexperienced and late to the dating game will screw up my relationships in the future. It know that its not all about looks but let's be honest, we are initially attracted by how someone looks. Second comes personality. The fact that there are more men than women at my college further bewilders me on why I cannot find a bf.
Most Helpful Guy
It'll get better. Do NOT worry about this. Think about it like rolling a pair of dice. You want to role a 5. Well, if you role a dozen times, you might not get a 5, but some friends are. You roll enough times (which isn't that many more) and you'll get a 5. Just keep rolling. So, in other words, "your 5" BF will come sooner or later.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
You need to approach them. It's not enough to simply find a guy and spend a few months or so with him, you need to like that guy. You need to like him, and he needs to like you or it's failed from the start.
You don't want a guy to ask you out just because you're pretty. Looks don't matter, it's your personality you want them to ask you out for. Get to know a guy, find one you like, and if you're really set on having the guy ask you and not taking the initiative then send out signals. Be suggestive, be flirty, but don't be trashy.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE