I have nice dimples, a nice white smile, and bright green eyes, average build, long dark brown hair, and a really nice tan, Italian heritage. It seems that if I'm with a guy he will go out of his way to comment if another guys stares at me in public.
I can't seem to get and keep a guy though, so I feel like something is wrong with me..seems to fall off the radar with me, so I don't date very often anymore..wondering if I"m thinking too hard about this...
I figured there was someone out there for everyone, and I'd just keep acting like myself until I found someone I meshed with.
In my opinion, the best chance to meet someone is through a friend.
I mean, noone really knows for sure what is going on in someone elses head as far as who they do and do not consider "Relationship Material." Here is an example to go more in depth on what I am asking. I would assume that the person feels that you are good enough for the rack or to party with alone, out of town somewhere, during the summer at camp or whatever, but you are not someone they would want to introduce to their friends or parents for whatever reason. I talked to a girl online once for over 2 hours before I finally said "can you tell me your first name, I feel like this is really impersonal and I would like to use your name in the conversation".
I have had casual flings with girls before, but when I want to go to the next step and make it serious some say stuff like this "Your fun to hang out with, and we have a real good time when we are "together", but you just aren't the image of someone I see myself in a serious relationship with." Or something along those lines. Maybe you're the wrong religion and the parents are bible thumpers, maybe the person is from money and is afraid their friends/parents would see you as being from the wrong side of the tracks, maybe their doinking you because you look just like their ex that dumped them and if they show you to the friends/family they may be afraid you'll get called by the wrong name, or they will get crap for not being over the ex, etc... When she found out my name was Don she very politely apologized to me and said she didn't want to continue pursuing me because her ex was named Don also and her grandmother whom she lived with had alzheimers and it would be too confusing for her!
If you are not one of them, you deserve someone who is grateful for you.
__________________________________ Nothing is ever her fault. A clear red flag is raised by a woman who doesn’t take responsibility for her actions or always tries to place the blame on someone else (especially you).I'm probably a little above plain or average looking. I believe in kindness, I believe my parents taught me to be very well mannered, and honest. I do drink, I like to have fun, I don't sleep around.I will take my own money if I am going out with a guy because I like to pay for stuff too. I do like to be treated like a lady, and that is I expect respect.While in some cases it may just be that the guy isn’t looking for a serious relationship, it’s also possible that you’re unintentionally acting in ways that put you in the hook-up or FWB category, rather than the girlfriend category. You’re being THAT drunk girl (and talking about partying nonstop) If your classic night out ends with you stumbling all over the place, hanging onto anyone who comes within a one-foot radius of you, or kneeling over a toilet (or not even making it to the toilet), then you may be labeled as THAT girl—and having THAT girl as a girlfriend can be an embarrassing burden.Who really wants to be the one who always has to clean up your mess and carry you home?We’ve spent a lot of time discussing things that good men don’t do, as well as things that they need to do better.