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Where's my Happy Ending

Discussion in 'I Have a Question...' started by dreamer11, Jul 26, 2013.

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  1. dreamer11

    dreamer11 Member

    I'm so upset. I'm in college, and te same guy who made me feel like a complete idiot, totally unwanted and disposable is now dating my sorority sister. I'll now be reminded of how I wasn't good enough, fun enough, smart enough, or pretty enough, every time he walks into my house. I'm so embarrassed that nobody seems to care that my feelings were badly hurt, and that now a bunch of my friends are happy for the two of them. I'm not. I was treated so terrible and led on. All I want is somebody to want me back in the way I want them, but it looks like that just won't happen at this point. All y other friends are dating and I'm left out. Why does HE get to be happy and have a new girl, while I'm still alone after being the victim. It's not fair, and I'd rather die than watch this sad rejected life continue.
  2. rtrt46546565

    rtrt46546565 Well-Known Member

    You're more than good enough, more than fun enough, more than smart enough, and more than pretty enough. If he doesn't think so, then all that means is he isn't the one for you. Try not to focus on them. Instead, try to focus on finding someone who will treat you like you deserve to be treated. There IS a guy out there, more than one, who would treat you right. believe it or not, not all guys are asses.
  3. John B

    John B Active Member

    You know, I’m sort of shocked not a lot people responded to this thread. Dreamer11, people are products of their environment, what you want does not exist in your environment. Finish you time in school, drudge through it if you have to and get a job outside of that area. I don’t know what your ideal guy is or where you might find him but you seriously need you numb yourself to the everyday pain that you’re feeling. When you see it and it hits you just let it go. There’s a possibility, it may not seen likely, that you might find what you’re looking for somewhere else. A change in ones environment can dramatically improve one’s outlook and prospects.

    I’m not even sure if you’re aware of the severity of today’s porn culture. The amount of material out there is unbelievable and truly astonishing. If males grew up in this guy oriented sex culture it’s no wonder why they expect their girlfriends to behave, dress and perform in a manner similar to the porn stars that there use to watching. If a guy left you for someone that could meet those needs, you should be glad even though it hurts. No one should ever reach a point where they’re willing to sacrifice their mind, life, future and body to play a role in someone else’s fantasy.

    Being two years older than you I know, though years of observation, the volatility and prevalence of this sub-culture. For years I believed in the bull following along like a blind sheep in the wrong herd. It took years of not fully understand what was going on to realise how far off course I ended up. Moving into a different environment with different people should feel like being in a different world. Yes, all humans are basically the same but the minor differences might be better than what you’re familiar with and close to what you’re looking for.

    -Does anything I say ever help in any way?
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