I'm 18 years old and i've never had a single girlfriend. Its getting to the point where i have basically stopped trying. I've tried being outgoing, i've tried acting like a bad boy, i've tried all sorts of methods and no luck. I don't even talk to girls at this point since i don't want to waste my time, but whenever i see a really cute girl in class or at a club or something i at least take a glance at them... but never think of saying anything. Back when i was in middle school was the closest i ever got to a date... but a girl decided to play mind games with me. It's apparent that i have no choice but to adjust to being forever alone. I don't know if its my looks or what but at this point i don't care anymore. I need a way to get adjusted to the forever alone club. Any tips?
Most Helpful Girl
First of all, you're adorable. I'd date you in a heart beat. I don't know where you're from but clearly those girls are idiots. I'm from Las Vegas, it's hard to find a guy that actually wants to date rather than just be "friends with benefits" (but I guess that's anywhere nowadays really). You won't be single forever. My sister is 20 and she's gorgeous (😒) but she is just now finding someone she actually has a relationship with. She didn't have luck at all in high school because boys are typically dicks and just want sex, but in college she met new people and found a great guy. Don't give up, that's dumb. You're adorable and you seem like an easy person to get along with. As cliche as it sounds just know there's someone out there for everyone. Giving up is no solution, you'll find the right person. Be yourself and if girls don't seem to like that then that is their loss, they clearly weren't worth your time in the first place 😘❤️1
Most Helpful Guy
At 18, you still have plenty of time. Usually the forever part is not absolute at least not until you're really near retirement age or something in your very late 60s or beyond. It becomes harder over time, and will require much more work if you've been single for more than 30 years or something.
All in all, the younger you are the less I'd worry about it and prioritize much more important things such as having a stable career and being able to support yourself, such as being able pay for college, and being able to payback any student loans you've taken out and able to pay your bills, rent, transportation, etc. without having to struggling to make ends meet.
When most of those things are in place and stable, ideally when all of them are in order, then you can put in the time and effort much more easier to just focus and prioritize on dating and relationships. Depending upon your work schedule, but if it's a good stable job position with good benefits and a good work schedule you should be able to take the time on your days off to prioritize on getting your dating life and relationships in order.
The other most important things is to have friends you can count on, social connections and having a strong social circle to give you the support you really need. Ideally having a wingman or wingmen when you are going to engage in conversations with women and have someone who knows what to do and how to do things right to give you advice on finding and engaging women in conversations.
There's many possibilities, but I think online and internet dating is the least effective compared to going out there on a daily basis and engaging in conversations with some lady you may find interest in, while you have a wingman or a few friends being your wingmen to give you the support and advice.
So in the meantime, just relax, because you're not in your late 50s or late 60s yet, as at that point things would be very hard to impossible unless you had acquired a great amount of financial wealth or is a famous celebrity or something.0