We don't usually think of unmarried guys in this way, if their lives are going well otherwise.Especially if they are very successful in other ways." Recent research supports these conclusions.Much of the problem you’re facing might be due to the constraint of your community, wherever you may live.In college, for example, you’ll be surrounded by a larger number of people, and you’ll find people you have much more in common with due to the classes you choose to take.
But obviously you shouldn’t let the insecurities of others prevent you from being any less amazing! Sometimes you need to step back and ask yourself if you actually WANT to be with a guy who is intimidated by any aspect of who you really are.I am currently a senior in high school, and I just feel like I’m missing out on a lot. I want to have my first real kiss, I want to cuddle and make people roll their eyes from PDA. Sometimes it just takes time for life to put the two of you in the same place at the same time.I’m not trying to sound conceited or waste your time by gloating. It’s to the point where when I get compliments, I almost regret hearing what’s being said. But here’s the great thing: dating and cuddling aren’t exclusive to high school.It was that I walked around, living my life from this place of thinking that my worth came from being career minded and successful. And yet – it pushed the better men away, because I didn’t need their direction.And that became a habit; so much so that when i spoke to men, my body was tight, I wasn’t trusting, I was fully set on directing my own life. I wasn’t soft, I was hard and trying to just be enough.