30 no dating experience


04-Sep-2017 13:03

I am a single, 26 y/o, white, middle-class, very smart, attractive guy.

Most of my life is filled with success, except for one HUGE gap.

Say you meet a guy, have good chemistry and have been on a few dates. If you had known a man was a virgin before you started dating him would it prevent you from dating him?

He then reveals to you that he is a virgin, indeed has never even kissed a girl before. Say you meet a guy, have good chemistry and have been on a few dates. If you had known a man was a virgin before you started dating him would it prevent you from dating him? It would mean something if you took your relationship to that next level.

However im sure if you did take the next step it would mean you are special to him. If he's a nice bloke and had just wanted to wait then that's fair enough.

If there were deeper rooted issues then I might want to know more before I committed to anything but I'd go with the flow I think x Why would it?

I have never had a girlfriend, or a relationship that has gone beyond two dates (usually my decision or something weird happens). I have never kissed a woman, or really put myself in a situation where I could kiss someone.

I never went to a school dance or prom (even though my parents were not happy about it). I am too nice, and not aggressive in making things happen. This may stem from the fact that I even have trouble hugging people, and saying “I love you” to family members.

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That fear and that passivity will have to be addressed and looked square in the eye if you are to solve this problem of yours.why is it more socially acceptable for folks to have have had like 27 - 30 bfs or even be divorced at that age than to have always been single? if you never met the right person, you just never met the right person right?alot of guys say if they knew a gal who was in this age range and had never had a bf that it would be a 'red flag' in dating. You could go a long way towards solving your problem by 1) dating (internet dating is easiest), 2) working with a therapist on your anxiety, fear of rejection and tendency to view yourself through other’s eyes rather than your own.

There is no substitute for practice, but having a supportive person to talk over fears with can help a lot.You want your dating partners to like you, obviously, but you don’t need to think badly about yourself if they don’t.