As a white American male in American society, is it normal to feel as though I’m in a dating environment where I just can’t succeed/aren’t valued?

I‘m a reserved guy so its just not in my nature to do the approaching. Unless I see some really captivating woman, but that just hasn’t happened yet.

However, the fact is, if women were interested in me, than they would approach. I’m not saying they’re obligated to, but only that I’m seemingly in an environment where I’m not valued, or even noticed much at all for that matter. Not even a passing hello is sent my way.

I recognize its my responsibility to do something about it since I desire change.

However, all I care for is just forming a connection with one woman.

Sounds simple, but it hasn’t been.

And I’m not the type of guy to complain about shit being unfair but my friends do tend to be the fringe outcasts of white American males as well.

So I don’t really have opportunity for personal growth that I can think of.

My only solution, the way I see it, is to relocate and try somewhere different.

But at the end of the day I feel all I really want is to just settle down and catch a break from it all.

I hate being in college and the girls here just aren’t right for me.

Its possible that maybe out of nowhere from left field I defy the odds and manage to luck out and just meet this absolutely amazing woman but I don’t realistically expect it to happen.

I’m not even trying to be a pessimist, though I do feel pessimistic, its just most of the guys I’ve known similar to me have had no luck either.

So is it perhaps time I immerse myself in a different environment?

As a white American male in American society, is it normal to feel as though I’m in a dating environment where I just can’t succeed/aren’t valued?
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