Why Doesn't Anyone Want A Relationship With Me? Ask A Pro

By The Head Pro

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Dear Head Pro,

Over the past few years in college I’ve found myself more heartbroken than happy. I’ve pulled myself in the same situation where I find a guy I deem worthy, get myself attached to the idea of being with him, develop a somewhat one sided relationship, and then get heart broken. One recent relationship a guy dumped me because the number of guys I’ve been with was more than the number of girls he has been with.

I feel like I’ve put myself in this position because I don’t have guys pursuing me for more than casual sex (if that) and I’m starting to lose hope that I will meet a solid guy who wants a relationship with me.

Another thing I have an issue with is that I have a year left of college, and if i were to have a relationship in college I would want it to start soon so we being our relationship with each other while we can be in the same place at the same time.

Would you have any advice or suggestions? If you need more clarifications or anything I’ll be more than happy to answer them! I really appreciate this and I will use whatever advice you give me and take it to heart! I appreciate reading what you say every week and use your advice to help me through my day to day small nonsense!

Sounds like a Desperate Betch

Dear Desperate Betch,

Well, I don’t think you make much use of my advice, or else by now you would have figured out that wanting to be in a relationship for the sake of being in a relationship is one of the most destructive, misguided things you can do. Sure, it can be difficult to look around and see happy couples, and want what they have. But it takes a huge, inconceivable logical leap to arrive at the conclusion that these people are happy simply because they’re in a relationship, not because of the people they’re in relationships with.

I mean, think of the mental gymnastics that requires: “Oh, she’s not happy because her job pays well and challenges her, she’s just happy to have a job!” Or “That guy’s just happy to have a hole to fuck, it has nothing to do with the special bond between him and the sheep that people really ought to stop judging him for!” It just doesn’t make sense. You’re fantasizing about a Mercedes, but your plan is to try every car, convince yourself it’s what you’re looking for, and then get disappointed when it’s not.

Look - a sizeable portion of the guys you meet are only going to be interested as far as sex goes. That’s just the way of the world. That’s why “being pursued for casual sex” really isn’t the same as Being Pursued. A guy wanting to fuck you isn’t much of an achievement - that’s why you have to make him keep wanting to fuck you, which you accomplish by not fucking him. As I’ve said before, that’s the point of courtship: Keeping the sex stuff out of it long enough for you to appreciate and become somewhat invested in each other. Banging a guy and then hoping he marries you is the exact opposite of that, which you’ve noticed doesn’t work out so well.

So yeah. Work on Being Pursued (the girls have probably written a dozen articles on the subject), and you’ll find it’s easier to figure out which guys are really interested and thereby worth your time (and vagina). As for the guys who get skeeved because you’ve fucked more people than them, ain’t nobody got time for that, but: In your desperation to get wifed up, be careful not to portray yourself as something you’re not, ie doting, matronly “perfect girlfriend material.” You do you, and let the guys decide if they’re buying what you’re selling.

I think everyone wants to be in a relationship with someone in the same place at the same time,

Head Pro

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