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    I've been told I'm a nice guy with a decent personality, but it only seems to shine through once a girl has known me as a friend for some time, through proximity and coincidence.

    For example, at university, I am pretty good at reading behavior and signals, and it seemed as though about 90% of single girls I know ended up liking me after a few weeks/months of exposure to who I was. To put things into perspective, I lived with 3 girls during second year but a few months in they ALL started behaving suspiciously/showing signs of interest.

    Compare this to the amount of initial attraction I get from women, and it's practically nil. I think a large part of it is because I'm not very tall.

    Anyway, I recently took a year out after graduating and I find the lack of interest from girls rather depressing. I feel as though the circumstances which allowed girls to know who I was on a true level without having to date them is something unique to university only.

    I am usually an independent person but the loneliness is slowly started to kill me.

    Would appreciate any advice.
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    I've been told I'm a nice guy with a decent personality, but it only seems to shine through once a girl has known me as a friend for some time, through proximity and coincidence.

    For example, at university, I am pretty good at reading behavior and signals, and it seemed as though about 90% of single girls I know ended up liking me after a few weeks/months of exposure to who I was. To put things into perspective, I lived with 3 girls during second year but a few months in they ALL started behaving suspiciously/showing signs of interest.

    Compare this to the amount of initial attraction I get from women, and it's practically nil. I think a large part of it is because I'm not very tall.

    Anyway, I recently took a year out after graduating and I find the lack of interest from girls rather depressing. I feel as though the circumstances which allowed girls to know who I was on a true level without having to date them is something unique to university only.

    I am usually an independent person but the loneliness is slowly started to kill me.

    Would appreciate any advice.
    Women can smell depression and insecurity, be happy with who you are, and don't go looking for a relationship start off with just talking to people generally, you'd be surprised at how much being sociable can boost your self confidence, if you happen to see a girl you like make a move, be flirty and confident - just don't be an arse or a ****, don't have confidence? fake it (fake it till you make actually works)
 
 
 
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