Missed the boat dating
Dude there is no boat to miss, get your life together first (Well at least somewhat, I never have my life totaly together but I have still worked it out sort of). The harder you try and the more desparate you are the less chances you have. The issue is with me, as I missed out on all the early social skills you are meant to pick up, is it's not easy for me just to go to a bar/club I can access on my own (being in your early 20s doesn't mean you have to be rolling in it so I can fit in those clubs), Well because at one point in my life this was normal, and I don't exactly warm to the idea of trying to pick up women on the street.I'd like to be able to go out on the town have fun and pick up girls as many of my friends did when the time was right to do so.Or are you interested in them, because you feel your experience level equals theirs?I have noticed that a lot of guys who don't have experience, like to meet young girls.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.
Too many things stacked against me, not enough experience and all I have going is fading looks because I look old although not unattractive..
I don't think there are many people on this planet who claim the early 20's were the best time of their life.
I think real life starts somewhere around 26, so end 20's 'til early 40's are probably the best time,imo.
I'm talking about the kind of girls you knew you should have started a relationship with for better or for worse.. it was there presenting itself to me not like I'm dealing with my imagination... This is your depression talking, not your rational mind. Please get off the forum and sit down with someone. If I was ugly or whatever I wouldn't be on here I'd have accepted it, but to have had so much attention and suffered so much, just so depressing. Funny it was these girls that were telling me about biological clocks etc.
If I had those experiences then I would not have these problems I have today, what I have now is infinitely worse... For the last 5 years I never even thought about girls, everyday I just believed I'd get better, taking meds, seeing therapists etc. Yoga managed to get the bipolar underhand and now I'm just left with just chronic depression - infinitely better than bipolarism. Never heard being told "I'm too old" to be somewhere until now, and when I look in the mirror I don't see a young guy anymore, so yea the writings on the wall.. I am trying to but the reality I see around me is a little different? and they all had their heads screwed on and many of them are happily married now, I don't see many happy feminists in their 30s. Thanks all for trying to help but I believe it's over I'm afraid, I missed the boat, certainly on young girls for sure.