The night of, a friend texted me that I was the only one not there. Graduate school would leave me single, as well; although, entering a female-dominated field did severely narrow my options.I have spent a lot of time thinking about why no one has ever been interested me (and, I admit, it's technically possible that someone has been and he just hasn't said anything).And then there are the women in their mid-twenties or later who are still very inexperienced (more on that later on).
Are you open to such men, or are you only making yourself available to more shallow-but-bold types?I don't even know if nowadays some kids are still staying single because of study, school or whatever, but in my days, it's usual. She liked someone, he liked someone else, but even with all the pain and heartaches he brought her she is still hoping that he would eventually break-up with his girl and, of course, in any strange or unbelievable way, would fall right back to her. But before it happens, as she's watching her dream man with his not-even-pretty-recent girlfriend, she's muttering her silent prayer, . It's hard for them to speak up, loosen up, open up.It's obviously, and understandably lame—who cares about school anyway? And then utters her promise to the universe, I AM NOT GOING TO LIKE ANYBODY BUT MY HONEYBUNNY AND HE'S GOING TO BE THE MINE. You can just imagine how hard it would be for them to get close romantically with a guy, who can actually be a stranger, and have them as a consistent fixture inside their plain silent life.There are lots of women who have good romantic lives, but who still consider themselves shy around guys at heart, and wish they weren't so inhibited at times.There are women who were pretty shy in high school and during the first year or two of college, and it delayed the start of their dating lives somewhat, but they got worked through the worst of it by their early twenties.Instead I had to rely on my observations and research on what shy women go through.