alwaysmoving Posted February 19, 2012 Share Posted February 19, 2012 The following turn of events has happened to me three times, literally one after the other, in the past year. 1. I meet a guy and like him 2. We don't end up dating because he either (a) adamantly states doesn't want a relationship, or (b) wouldn't make a good boyfriend to any girl with standards due to certain qualities 3. Since the guy is attractive and fun to hang out with anyway, we see each other casually for an extended period of time, until 4. He calls me up one day to say he is getting into a serious relationship. I find out who the girl is and it's someone respectable, and he changes his ways for her. This has happened to me literally 3 times in one year. I am someone respectable. I am 23, I have a master's degree, I have a good sense of humor, I work very hard as a first year teacher and am 100% financially independent even though I just recently graduated college, I make relatively smart decisions in life, I like to have fun, I am attractive, I have very close friendships with people and don't have any obvious flaw or reason why no guy takes me seriously. I don't really get it, but it has to be something I'm doing wrong because I am the common denominator in all of this. The situation I described above, like I said, has occurred three times with three different guys, who are all very different. Does anyone have any suggestions? I know you'll probably say the following: don't involve yourself with men who say they don't want a relationship. My issue isn't that these three guys wouldn't initially get in one with me, but because all three lied. They were hypocritical because they did end up in relationships, just with someone else. What I want to know is why they took those girls seriously, and not me. Link to comment
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