I don't have a huge network of friends and the ones I do have aren't able to set me up with anyone -- if they've ever even thought about it. I go to school but live off campus and all the girls I seem to meet end up being flakes or too busy to really get to know. I do get girls' numbers somewhat frequently and we talk but then it just seems to fizzle out when they drag their feet about meeting in person and I lose interest in texting them. Any advice? I'm really at my wit's end here.
Most Helpful Girl
Try online dating, surprisingly a lot more people are meeting online now and it's easier to pick your options. You also get to skip the awkward steps and if the conversation is going and there's a connection you will meet! Doesn't mean they have to be your texting buddy, but it's nice to initiate some form of communication0
Most Helpful Guy
Broaden your hobby horizons to include activities that are with groups. Make more friends and potential mates that way.
Dating is not like being a sniper (one shot; one kill). It's like being a fishing trawler. Most requests for dates are rejected. Most first dates don't lead to a second date. Most second dates don't lead to relationships, and so on.
What are your hobbies? What are you studying?0