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My sadness is getting so bad that I burst into tears and just wailed my guts out tonight over something so silly I'm actually embarrassed to post it here. I also empathize with the way dating "failures" (not that they are really failures) can affect your self-esteem.I was chatting with a new guy from OKC, at his insistence we added each other to a social networking site. I feel so silly sitting here in tears over this, yet I can't help feeling so alone. I'm a 28 year old dude and I could have written that post. I've been doing this for long enough that very few fades bother me in the sense of getting attached to the person, but they still are little tiny hits of "why didn't they want to hang out with me" even if it's someone I wasn't super interested in.each one I go on that doesn't go well for whatever reason feels like a little knife is cutting away at my heart. But I had a date recently that really set things in perspective for me.This was a girl who I actually had met in real life many years ago, but she didn't remember me.
Stories from my friends, articles on the Internet, anything popular on television, it’s everywhere. Why can’t I call someone because I like talking to him? If I act angry when a guy blows me off, I’m just a crazy bitch, so my only other option is to complain to my friends and wade in anxiety until he finally texts me back. I am so tired of living in a world where apathy is more effective in getting someone’s attention than honesty.I am not very active on the site, he knew that beforehand. I've barely posted on this site, nothing new he didn't already know from my OKC profile. I don't give a flying fuck that this happened, I've been faded on by strangers before. I wish I could find someone on here near me so we could go for a drink. I'm a reasonably good looking guy, slightly shy, but I haven't had a real relationship yet. While I'm not in the exact same boat as you, I'm almost 95% sure that it's just a self-esteem issue. I think it was /u/detectivenineteen who said something totally life changing for me a few months ago in a thread, something like, "It only takes one." And as corny and cliche as it sounds, that one will make you realize why it didn't work with anyone else, and it'll seem impossible that so many girls passed on such an amazing person, and that you got to him before anyone else. I learned to cope by just realizing that it's natural to feel that, and that a bunch of little failures are nothing compared to the good times I've had and the things I've learned about myself in relationships. You can have good first and second dates but don't underestimate how high of a bar basic geographical proximity and convenience can be. If you are confident and talented you'll be way more attractive to yourself and others. You need to look at this through an objective lens.