Hi everyone. I've been single 8 months and only been on 1 date. I'm taking my chances with girls I'm attracted to and am not afraid of rejection but for whatever reason I'm struggling to get a date.
I've joined dating sites, go to the gym and meet new people everyday as part of my job. But for whatever reason girls are eithe already taken or not interested.
This is stripping my self esteem daily, as I've come to the realisation that it is incredibly hard to get a date. As a result when I do find someone I like there feels an added pressures get it right because if I don't then I'll be stuck waiting for ages to get another chance with a girl.
Post break up i convinced myself that my self worth wouldn't be related to whether I was in a relationship or not. However that was under the assumption that i would be dating regularly and at least have a shot of meeting someone. I'm struggling to enjoy being single when I have to accept that I might only get a date once or twice a year. I'm doing my best to accept it but it just seems wrong. Any advice on how to adapt to this?
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Simply start taking each day as it comes. Meaning, don't put too much pressure on yourself and just have fun. Dating is supposed to be fun. Most people will sense you being high-strung which can be a turn off in some cases. And don't let the lack of dates get you down. I'm sure you'll find a date sooner or later, you just have to keep looking.1