I’m currently a 27 year old senior at a university with two semesters left including this current term, and really excited about the big day next year because the effort I put into school and my mindset in general. However, out of my great accomplishments I never had gone on any dates or been in a relationship. My reason is because I currently live with one parent, do not own a car and work part-time and I don’t participate in the dating pool because of this. I don’t know what the outcome is because I never tried but I feel that I’m correct based off posts I have read on the web. I’m just curious and I also realize there are men are much worse off than me by doing nothing but just being at home and gaming all day. I'm just curious not that I would attempt asking anyone out anyways.
I always thought you need material things to have and keep a girl in your life such as car and lots and lots of money.
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I suppose that depends on the type of woman you prefer to date. The truth be told, there are a lot of guys out there that do not possess common dating tools; for example, personal transportation, reliable employment, sufficient capital and a place of their own, and yet actively date and pursue women. Some even marry in similar conditions, believe it or not.
Now, I know what you are thinking, but you are wrong, because some of the women these men happen to date are professional, good looking, and independent women, confusingly enough. But, when I think bout it more and more, perhaps it's not so confusing. You see, some women are more accepting of men being temporarily off course, as long the guy has ambition and potential and is actively pursuing his goals. That said, It's not always the women that carry baggage from prior relationships, or women with self esteem issues that go for these type of guys. It's a case by case basis.
Lastly, in circumstances like this, I think guys need to rely on attributes other than their finances, obviously. They also need to be confident in projecting their self-worth and value to women. It's simply having the confidence to feel that you can be accepted by someone no matter what.
Nope, you are not undesirable.