Dating sites for 20 year olds
Partly that's because virtually all of the attractive, intelligent and interesting women I've met recently seem to be already in relationships, and virtually all of my circle of friends are coupled up to the extent that even at parties I'm often the only single person there.The other main reason it seems like a good idea is that the major obstacle I've had over the years to getting together with someone, even though I'm perfectly confident and successful in other areas of my life, is my inability to show interest in someone as more than just a friend, due to fear of rejection/making things awkward with someone who I'd like to remain friends with.But online dating is free so you got nothing to lose... If you're an average looking girl you'll get bombarded with messages from guys unable to get attractive girls. I often talked myself out of meeting up with people.But don't expect an increase in confidence, actually expect a decrease in confidence. My advice if you do join is to try and not fall into the generic male on dating websites.Back a year ago, I'd put the range to like fifty miles and it started putting matches up in London, Cornwall, even Norther Ireland and Shetland a couple of times. Like Lucia and Kayliegh said, you aren't too young and they are great for meeting nice people, even if nothing happens, you meet someone new and nice and have a laugh.No you have to be attractive to do succesful on a dating site, I'm afraid. Women will ignore your messages for a variety of reasons as they can't see your personality for what it is or they dont like your pictures, height, job, ambitions etc. A teacher was 5ft 8 and she ignored me but contacted my friend and met.
Yep they all look like male models and are surgeons and spend their holidays in Uganda caring for sick orphans etc. But online dating is free so you got nothing to lose... If you're an average looking girl you'll get bombarded with messages from guys unable to get attractive girls. Online however, they have the choice of thousands of guys so just like monetary inflation the 'value' of each guy goes down i.e their interest is not worth as much to the female because they have so much other choice.With a dating site, on the other hand, it seems as if that obstacle is taken out to a large extent: by joining the site, you pretty much make it clear what your intentions are without having to state them, and rejection is a lot easier to take from someone who's just a face on a computer screen who you'll probably never meet, rather than a real flesh-and-blood person who you'll probably still see around and might have friends in common with. Is 20/21 too young to join a dating site - will people assume you must be unattractive or socially inept to be joining one at such a young age, and would there be a decently sized pool of women of the same kind of age on there?Apologies for the slightly rambling post, but thanks in advance for your opinions!Hell, I still dive on and I'm 20, not as much as I did when I was 18 mind, but I still keep up with some of my friends on there. Being able to limit down people in an area you can reach and (with OKCupid) you go through a set of questions and it matches you to like three people pretty much every day.Usually, though, it likes to put those people miles away.
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