30 no dating experience
I ended up going to a commuter school, which is not the most conducive place for love.
When you write a dating advice column, one of the inevitable questions that comes up is the idea of inexperience.
Like always, I would meet great women, but I was petrified to make any kind of advancement. I would come to realization — or at least what I thought was a realization — that love wasn't for me. I watched countless videos on You Tube that gave the same advice like, "It doesn't matter about your past.
My friends would ask, "Why don't you to ask her out for coffee? I would repeat this like a mantra: "Love isn't for me."Love was something that happened to other people, and being in relationships was something that happened to other people. You just have to grab the brass ring and know that you can do anything you put your mind to," and "You can go out with anyone you want." Hopefully, you can sense my sarcasm. If anyone feels the same way about him- or herself, then trust me that there is hope.
The "like" part happened, but it was always one-sided.
I liked my fair share of young ladies, but none felt the same way about me.