I can’t really see myself being with someone. Anyone else?

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Partly because it hasn’t happend yet and partly because in recent years I’ve come to see myself as “ugly”.

Now with a global pandemic it seems like a lost cause, online dating has not and never will work for someone like me.

I’m 21 and Male. I like my personality but have my doubts about my looks. I am involved in a new hobby which is language learning. I am athletic and have been going to the gym for the past 6 years (and I am not the type of guy who just only talks about gym). Also doing well with my course at uni and work a part time job
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Partly because it hasn’t happend yet and partly because in recent years I’ve come to see myself as “ugly”.

Now with a global pandemic it seems like a lost cause, online dating has not and never will work for someone like me.

I’m 21 and Male. I like my personality but have my doubts about my looks. I am involved in a new hobby which is language learning. I am athletic and have been going to the gym for the past 6 years (and I am not the type of guy who just only talks about gym). Also doing well with my course at uni and work a part time job
Yes same does not help when I am literally the exact opposite of everyone else.
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have you tried to get to know anyone in your uni?
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have you tried to get to know anyone in your uni?
Yes I’ve made friends at uni although I’ve come to realise I haven’t found the right people in that sense yet.

The thing is my Uni is ridiculously cliquey. People are rigid to their friend group in halls if they were lucky to live with people they were compatible with
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Partly because it hasn’t happend yet and partly because in recent years I’ve come to see myself as “ugly”.

Now with a global pandemic it seems like a lost cause, online dating has not and never will work for someone like me.

I’m 21 and Male. I like my personality but have my doubts about my looks. I am involved in a new hobby which is language learning. I am athletic and have been going to the gym for the past 6 years (and I am not the type of guy who just only talks about gym). Also doing well with my course at uni and work a part time job
Personally id prefer someone who has an amazing personality but not that good looking over someone with a terrible personality but good looking. If you're in shape you should be fine in terms of relationships. Its just unfortunate that theres a pandemic. You should focus on self love i think. Besides, people are almost always 20% more attractive than what they think they are <3
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Yes I’ve made friends at uni although I’ve come to realise I haven’t found the right people in that sense yet.

The thing is my Uni is ridiculously cliquey. People are rigid to their friend group in halls if they were lucky to live with people they were compatible with
have you got a job where you cant meet co workers? i mean idk wht you shld do, socialise? party? im not entirely sure
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have you got a job where you cant meet co workers? i mean idk wht you shld do, socialise? party? im not entirely sure
Well my housemates who were the wrong crowd for me. When id meet women through them most time those women were already in relationships or would just act as if I was invisible.

The funny thing is that the few who were in relationships were the ones who were good friends to go partying with lmao. But in truth when I’m out I feel as if I am invisible to women it’s been a long time since someone has ever been interested in me.

In contrast my housemates have women hovering towards them in clubs
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Personally id prefer someone who has an amazing personality but not that good looking over someone with a terrible personality but good looking. If you're in shape you should be fine in terms of relationships. Its just unfortunate that theres a pandemic. You should focus on self love i think. Besides, people are almost always 20% more attractive than what they think they are <3
Thanks aha. Sometimes I think I am a 1/10 so that makes me actually a 3/10
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Well my housemates who were the wrong crowd for me. When id meet women through them most time those women were already in relationships or would just act as if I was invisible.

The funny thing is that the few who were in relationships were the ones who were good friends to go partying with lmao. But in truth when I’m out I feel as if I am invisible to women it’s been a long time since someone has ever been interested in me.

In contrast my housemates have women hovering towards them in clubs
maybe you have to approach women, it depends on your type, if you go for quieter girls then they wont be likley to approach a guy

(dont go partying just yet tho corona still around)
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