I'm turning 18 in 2 months and will be going to university in the fall. While I'm not so concerned about getting a relationship in these next few months since it probably won't matter, I'm still extremely worried that it will not get any better once I go to uni. My dating history is awful. I've been rejected by pretty much any girl I've asked and I just don't know how it can get any better once I start in September. What should I do? I feel like a complete anomaly.
Most Helpful Girl
Yes you are normal there is nothing wrong with you. Maybe you'll meet her when you head off to college. That's where most people meet there future partners anyways. It'll get better don't stress about it or worry about it to much. You are still very young to find love and you have your whole life ahead of you. If you find love when you head off to college that's great. And if you don't find love that's okay as well. Just don't make finding a relationship or a partner one of your top priorities. Wish you the best of luck in college. Trust me you have nothing to worry about.1
Most Helpful Guy
Firstly, you have absolutely nothing to worry about - trust me I'm a hopeless romantic. College is a great place to meet new Girls and of course meet new people including Female Friends - which are actually a valuable asset. Just try to strike up a conversation with new people sit beside them and talk to them about their College life. I got rejected just last week by a Girl for a stupid reason and at the end of the day I don't care it's her loss - their are many new Girls to go after. Don't however get obsessed by getting a Girlfriend though as everyone moves in different stages in life - some people are ready for a relationship quicker than others. Go in with a positive attitude and you will be fine - trust me you'll do great.0