Yeah and she picked her career over me
Asker "Duh"? You asked for opinions dingle berry.
What kind of career is it? Is it one where you can’t get back on the train easily if you get off it.. that could explain why..
@Explorer91 career obligators don't have time for romantic relationships because their married to their job now. All she cares about is making money and climbing her career to the top
I had 3 girls who chose their careers over me. Also the problems is not me. it's mostly them most of the time.
Why else I already stepped back
I would too
Thanks for the MHO
Your welcome. Now I got somebody else already who waiting on me asking her out and no this one seems serious but I’m very terrible on catching hints. On the new person If she asks me directly then I don’t mind but that’s if she’s OK with me not driving.
She looked serious from her eyes But the last girl her eyes didn’t sparkled and she thought it was funny playing with my heart 😠
I'm the same... I'm not good at taking hints either. If a guy likes me he needs to be upfront about it. Many people out there will play mind games and play with your heart and emotions. That's a reflection of who they are as a person, not who you are. But there's also many genuine women too. Once you sense they're not genuine just move on and try not to let it affect your trust in other woman. Hard to do, but don't let game players destroy your trust in all woman.
Thank you on what you said. Yeah after I asked her out she ghosted me and she was pulling red flag too. The new girl haven’t seen the a couple days so I take that she was offered a huge job opportunities either she got her own burger store or got a job offered at the main headquarters down in Miami Florida. That happens after a girl really and genuine likes me. I even had girls came out the closets on me after they met their future wives.
Don't give up on finding that special someone. She's out there. It took me a long time to find the right person. So i can relate to what you're saying. It can lower your self-esteem. But whether you've been played, rejected or things just don't work out , never let it make you feel worthless or unlovable. You come across as levelheaded and perceptive, so it least you'll know when it's time to walk away from a woman.
Again I appreciate on what you said again but I been looking for over 20 years and no luck. People do discourage you sometimes and I do know people who wants my future woman and That kind of stuff can lower your self-esteem. There’s times I just want to hang that dating cape up and move on with my life and reject any girls I came across.
I can totally understand that. All you can do is try to live your life and enjoy it despite not meeting the right person yet. Don't give up hope, and don't guard your heart by rejecting all women. If you do, "Mrs right" will walk into your life , but you'll miss the opportunity because you'll have put up a wall. Keep your heart open.
Yeah but even if I do find “ mrs. right “ or not she’ll always choose her job over me like the others have then married her job and have no time for any romantic life’s. There’s been quite a bit of people from my life who I liked but didn’t like me back. I’m not On here I’m asking for coaching. I just want to learn more about my problems that’s all And I can’t tell them I’m one of the good guys because that scares them off and but I even tried showing it without telling them.
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Someone I know is possibly testing my patience's. When I first met her she was interested with me but after I reach her on Facebook she didn't get back to me until the four day.
Just move on
That's what I'm thinking about but she's related to my best friend.
There's no reason to be interested anymore, that doesn't mean you have to ignore her
Yeah... My best friend will probably say the same thing. I could just step back and see what happens. In the meantime I'll continue on my normal activities.
so far you have the best answer. thank you