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#146511 - iridium (07/24/2014) [-]
I'll take a quote from a song to basically sum things up: "You gotta go around and date a bunch of duds before you finally score."
Suffice to say, the #1 thing it takes is the effort. You won't get chicks by standing around hoping for them to come after you. If you keep telling yourself "this is why I'm not getting dates" and not doing anything to do so because if it, you aren't going to get any. And even when you do, there's a decent chance your first love won't be your last, so keep working at it.
What you should do is expand your social horizons. Pretty much what thatoneguy said. But also, you want to find someone who you feel a connection to. If you have nothing in common, then it's going to be tough to make it work. And for that you have to keep searching.
One final question: Do you truly believe a girlfriend is the best thing for you right now? Are you in a place where you can commit your time, your energy, your love and soul to another person? And believe that it will be worth it? If the answer is no, then you probably shouldn't try to get a girlfriend. And that's perfectly fine. There's no rush. No need to spend your youth slaving over losing your single status.
#146496 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (07/24/2014) [-]
You have to learn to be patient.
The greatest things in life come with time.
Expand your social settings. If you have no social settings, find ways to get out of the house.
Think outside the box.
Do some volunteer work. Get a job. Go running, and join in on local races. Join a church. Etc.
Expand your horizons, and with time, you will find someone right for you.
The next comment is what a good friend once told me; It was his advice to me on getting a girlfriend.
It's really good advice, and it opened my eyes.
#146497 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (07/24/2014) [-]
"... I'm not Chad from across the street catching tins of diet coke mowing the lawn. I'm [just some scrawny white kid]. The thing is, such things make no difference in the first place if you have that kind of connection [with someone]...
... Look for that feeling of "too good to be true," The feeling you'd get when a really hot girl gives you her phone number and you think there must be something behind it. Instead of shutting it all out, try being absolutely gullible. Just assume lies do not exist. It'll leave you vulnerable and exposed, but also completely open to anyone truly looking for you and no-one else.
To put it in Youtube terms: "Broadcast yourself"
So in any case, if someone catches you 'off guard;' you won't want to shield yourself from those around you, neither should you shield off yourself. (As in, hold yourself back) If you think "I shouldn't say that" or "That'll just sound weird," just dump it all out; It's like natural selection, anyone that you DON'T scare off right away is nothing if not valuable to know. It's like the "be true to yourself" gag, but take it up a notch. Say it anyway.
Main thing is, try to shine out as much of 'you' as you possibly can. And if anyone at all is drawn in closer by that, you've at least found a valuable friend. You know, the kind that just sticks around without any "expiry" date."
#146498 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (07/24/2014) [-]
What my friend was essentially saying was the overly cliche: "Be yourself."
Yet it's so cliche and common that it's lost it's meaning now.
You start off by just being yourself everywhere you go; Never change yourself for other people. If you have to filter yourself, then you're probably not with the right group.
If people are drawn in by you being you, then you've found a great friend.
From there, build upon what you have and eventually you'll find yourself in a relationship.
So get yourself out there and be your unfiltered self.
Because, let's be honest, randomly picking a stranger off the street and asking them out on a date doesn't normally hold for long. It's basing everything off of looks instead of personality. It's jumping the gun.
It's far too much, far too quick, and all based off of looks. And in the end, when you get old and your body starts to degrade, all that will be left is your personality.
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#145677 - hoponthefeelstrain (07/19/2014) [-]
you're not in love, you're infatuated by her looks. She doesn't give a shit about you and never will. She only pretends to care when she thinks you might be interested in someone else. She see's you as HER personal toy to play with and to manipulate. She's going to suck all the joy right out of your life and turn you bitter and cynical. Tell her to fuck off, whether in a text or over the phone, if you're an ass to her she might leave you alone.
#145664 - xXThatxOnexGuyXx (07/19/2014) [-]
Continue on and she's going to make you push deeper.
> "In our relationship, she quickly turned possessive, she isolated me from friends, made her number the only girl on my phone, constantly logged on my Facebook to see if I was cheating on her."
Everything about this sentence. Just... No. Next time a girl does this, just drop contact with her and never look back.
That's extremely jealous, clingy, and more importantly manipulative.
Honestly, at this point she's just using you.
Just because you're going to be in the same section of band camp as her, doesn't mean you have to talk with her.
I've been in a similar scenario. I burned those bridges quick once it was clear she didn't actually like me, and was just using me to get to my friends. Biggest difference here, although same motivator: Attention. She continued to hang around my friends for a few months after.
Getting yourself out of this situation is as simple as dropping contact, and telling her you don't care about her anymore. Tell her that the next time she speaks with you, she should note that: You don't care. Be blunt and direct about it. Do this over Facebook, if need-be.
Alternatively, you can just slowly drop contact with her... Although that won't stop her from playing with you. Show her that you won't let her manipulate you again. Bluntly tell her "I don't give a shit about you anymore. Don't ever talk to me again."
Burn those bridges. Make her learn a lesson.
This is the toughest route, and I normally don't suggest burning bridges, but she deserves it. It's the only way she'll realize that she doesn't have anymore control over you. This is the only way you can change her. Be blunt. Step on some toes. Show her that playing with fire will only get her burnt. It's a double-edged sword and it will hurt you too, but in the end it'll be worth it.
#145659 - anonymous (07/19/2014) [-]
Honestly, I've got no idea. I think you should do something like actually cheat on her or straight out tell her how she's making your life turn to shit, but I've seen too much hentai with yanderes to know she might do something like lock you up or kill you. Sorry, man.
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