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... people are basically selfish and if they don't have the patience for someone with low self esteem, they don't have to put themselves out at all. It sucks but it's true. ... (47 replies)
... or do you just enjoy guys that are just a little touched in the head? ... (16 replies)
... self esteem "nerd" perspective onto this. ... (47 replies)

... do all the talking. i gave him a chance, and while sometimes i get a little annoyed at his insecurities, he puts up with mine as well, he is more compassionate, understanding, shares his feelings with me more than the average man, and listens to my feelings and needs. ... (47 replies)
... How are guys who don't feel good about themselves supposed to feel knowing the likelihood of finding a relationship is already slim to nil? ... (47 replies)
... gether. You're right, it's just not very attractive at all. I think if it annoys you about him now, then likely it would only grow to be more irritating if you guys were to actually start dating. ... (47 replies)
... n howling at you very often. And don't say you don't, because you get TEN times more attention than any guy on a regular basis. Before you even speak, you have guys trying to get a glimpse of your breasts and backside. What's more? ... (47 replies)
... I also don't agree completely with the notion that guys aren't attracted to shy girls who seem down. It may be true for experienced guys who can attract a lot of girls, but when I see a girl like that, I start asking myself about what her problems may be. ... (47 replies)
... I definitely agree that you should move on, date other guys, and not waste anymore time with a guy who not only depresses you, but makes you feel bad about yourself!! ... (13 replies)
... Ive been with my now fiance for almost two years. ... (4 replies)
... What I would do if I were you is stop being obsessed with myself .If I felt there were things about myself I couldn't change ,I would just except it. ... (13 replies)
... rking in the long run. Take for example the rock and roll guy. Most of them are arrested adolescents, not very mature, not very good business heads,not very good with that kind of thing. ... (47 replies)
... rking in the long run. Take for example the rock and roll guy. Most of them are arrested adolescents, not very mature, not very good business heads,not very good with that kind of thing. ... (47 replies)
... rking in the long run. Take for example the rock and roll guy. Most of them are arrested adolescents, not very mature, not very good business heads,not very good with that kind of thing. ... (47 replies)
... yes may be attracted to me as they feel they can take advantage, I actually was more attracted to my 'shy' boyfriend, because he was 'shy', as he was not pushey with me, and respected me as a woman when we first met. ... (47 replies)
... Well, I take exception to the notion that if you're not 21, with a slammin' Victoria Secret body, then you have to settle for something other than what you want in a man. ... (47 replies)
... If you are young, attractive and have guys knocking on your door, you may not need to accept guy with self-confidence problems and try to help him. If it is not the case you better take a basically descent person and try to help him to overcome his problems. That is my take on it. (47 replies)
... What CandP described is what's wrong with most women today. ... (47 replies)
... quiet artist approached me in the store I was working at, kicking at his feet, a light bead of sweat on his brow and blushing, I jumped at the chance to go out with him. And it wasn't a pity type of thing. ... (47 replies)
... he 'arrogant too sure of himself type', and I can tell you that I was MORE attracted to my boyfriend, because he was shy, he wasn't as forward and pushey as some guys are. ... (47 replies)


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