Read last couple of pages. You know who has the easiest time dating? Guys who sleep around. It's the ones who just don't care who get most dates, most girls. Guys who are able to cut away from their emotions. One of my best friends slept with so many girls, he can't even remember. I see how he talks to girls. I know how he picks them up. He basically sees a good looking girl on the street, hops right over, says a few things, says something funny, smiles, and gets the girl's number. Much of it has to do with attitude. I've seen him strike out a lot too, but he just laughs it off and moves onto another target. It doesn't faze him whatsoever. He'll then date a girl for a while, until he gets bored, and without even thinking twice about her feelings, he's able to cut her loose. Thanks and bye. He was dating this great looking redhead for a while. She really liked him. So did her parents. I met them. Thing is that she had a young kid and I once asked him in private - half serious, half not - if he's going to marry her. Wow. The outrage in his eyes. NO! I asked why. "She has a kid.". So I asked why he's dating her if he knows right away he won't make a serious commitment. He just nonchalantly said why not.. he's having fun and she's having fun. But I know for a fact she really hoped it would be a serious relationship.
I'm telling the story because I see about 3 of you are over-thinking it. I'll be the first to tell you that I don't like how my friend treats women. Not that he ever mistreats them or is rude or anything of that nature. Just the opposite. Women cling to him because he's very cool, outgoing, laughs a whole lot. Just he isn't the relationship kind. But as I was saying, there is also such a thing as too much emotional involvement, especially at the start of a relationship. Maybe a phobia of being rejected is what keeps people single [and it's OK to be single; some people are great single]. That's all in the head. Over-thinking. Over-analyzing. It is as if some people become emotionally affected before they even start dating the person. There is a lesson to be learned from my buddy. Get that stuff out of your mind and throw yourself on the market. Even if it blows up in your face. If it does, laugh it off. It's sometimes not easy being sensitive, yet I feel people like that make the best partners when do they find that someone.