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Dating dorky guys

I can’t tell you how many people are convinced that they’re doing a good job in online dating until they talk to me.

My self esteem keeps taking a fantastic header over and over again and it’s starting to get frustrating.

While I was blaming the guys, I’m starting to wonder what’s wrong with me.

Guys who’ve been around the block, like yours truly, eventually, HOPEFULLY, come to the conclusion that it’s not all about initial attraction.

Guys who have no experience with women have nothing BUT their fantasies.

Especially when you’re doing your best and asking tough questions like: ‘What can I do differently? (In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if a few nerds reading this want to figure out how to contact you). It’s really difficult to feel like you’re doing the right thing and not get any results.

Like dieting and exercising without losing weight, it makes you say, ‘What’s the point?

I’m no super model, but I’m decent looking and I always fit, personality-wise, what the guy says he wants in his profile. Dear Patti, You’ve pretty much summed up the dating process: The people I like don’t like me. Our entire single lives are spent rejecting people who like us, and chasing people who don’t.

It’s frustrating that a guy who can’t otherwise get a girlfriend doesn’t even want to talk to me online. It can be, suffice to say, exhausting and emotionally draining. You sound like you value an underappreciated portion of the population: nerds.

Why dating a nerdier guy could be your best bet for long-lasting romance!

By Julie Fishman In the great wide world of dating, the options are numerous.

Don’t take that too harshly: we ALL have a disconnect between our private vision of ourselves and others’ perception of us. They can state all day long about how they’re looking for someone to watch Battlestar Galactica and play Xbox with them, but, like most guys, they’re powerless in the face of a Maxim model.