You say women are selfish but you can't judge all women.Every woman is unique and conducts herself differently. I think you just met the wrong type of women and you shouldn't give up. Keep an open mind & an open HEART. I did give up on finding true love because I had to come to a realization that Love was just a fantasy I saw on Cinderella Disney Fairytale on TV as a young child. Im not that naive innocent child that was sold the lies I saw.
We are in a very difficult time in history right now. It is a social flux period, where many men (and women) are not satisfied socially and biologically. Outside of traditional and religious areas, or very progressive arrangements, the majority of men and women are struggling. They are caught between conflicting social demands and biological motivations. Until something changes, the best we can all do is adapt and find our own, unique way.
Making the first move might not be your style, but the majority of guys stressed that you need to at least show your interest somehow. Guys can have a genuinely hard time gauging how you feel, so if you don’t send some definite signals or come out and tell a man that you like him and are interested, he’s probably going to assume that you’re just not that into him.
An earlier report suggested that online dating businesses were thriving financially, with growth in members, service offerings, membership fees and with many users renewing their accounts, although the overall share of Internet traffic using online dating services in the U.S. has declined somewhat, from 2003 (21% of all Internet users) to 2006 (10%), and that dating sites must work to convince users that they're safe places having quality members. While online dating has become more accepted, it retains a slight negative stigma. There is widespread evidence that online dating has increased rapidly and is becoming "mainstream" with new websites appearing regularly. One study suggested that 18% of single persons had used the Internet for dating purposes. Reports vary about the effectiveness of dating web sites to result in marriages or long–term relationships. Pew Research, based on a 2005 survey of 3,215 adults, estimated that three million Americans had entered into long-term relationships or marriage as a result of meeting on a dating web site. While sites have touted marriage rates from 10% to 25%, sociologists and marriage researchers are highly skeptical that valid statistics underlie any such claims. The Pew study (see table) suggested the Internet was becoming increasingly prominent and accepted as a way to meet people for dates, although there were cautions about deception, the risk of violence, and some concerns about stigmas. The report suggested most people had positive experiences with online dating websites and felt they were excellent ways to meet more people. The report also said that online daters tend to have more liberal social attitudes compared to the general population. In India, parents sometimes participate in websites designed to match couples. Some online dating sites can organize double dates or group dates. Research from Berkeley suggests there's a dropoff in interest after online daters meet face–to–face. It's a lean medium not offering standard cues such as tone of voice, gestures, and facial expressions. There is substantial data about online dating habits; for example, researchers believe that "the likelihood of a reply to a message sent by one online dater to another drops roughly 0.7 percent with every day that goes by". Psychologist Lindsay Shaw Taylor found that even though people said they'd be willing to date someone of a different race, that people tend to choose dates similar to themselves.
You know the missed connections section on Craigslist? Say you had a shared moment sitting next to a woman at a movie theater. She asks you about the film's ending on the way out, but you were too shy to ask her name or her number. You just went on and on about film theory instead of asking her out. You're now spending the day wishing you would've been more confident when talking with her.
There is a solution for most of your love woes: Online dating. It can be a great way to avoid the meat market hell hole at the corner bar or nightclub. But with all of the options out there, finding love is getting more difficult every day. Throw in busy lives and daily responsibilities, and the thought of combing through countless profiles sounds like the last thing you want to do.
One of the great things about dating in the modern age is that, because of online dating, there are lot more options for a women looking for a serious relationship. If you know what you want in a man and in a relationship, you can go out and find it. However, it can be tempting to pass on a guy if he doesn’t fit the idea you have in your head, or to say no to a second date if you don’t feel butterflies right away. When asked what specific dating advice they would give women, a lot of men said they would ask women to slow down and keep an open-mind if a guy doesn’t meet their expectations right away.
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We get that you don’t want to seem needy, clingy, desperate, or overzealous. But if you’d like to see her again, just let her know. “You can weave it into the conversation at the end of the first date (e.g. ‘This was a great evening. Would you open to seeing each other again soon?’) If she says ‘yes’, then say, ‘Awesome. I’ll call you on ___ and set something up.’ Then follow through and call when you say you would.”- Erika Martinez, Psy.D. Licensed Psychologist
4. European men are comfortable with women, which leads to respect for women. Perhaps this has to do with their upbringing, where it’s very normal for boys and girls to play and intermingle together. They grow up developing friendships with the opposite sex and in turn, develop more empathy and understanding of the opposite sex. In American culture, there is a clear segregation of the sexes, boys play with boys and do boy things and girls do the same. Then these boys grow up and are exposed to the opposite sex in an abrupt, often sexualized way. The consequence of this is a lack of understanding of women, a lack of comfort and often, a lack of respect.