There is NO reason why this should effect your confidence in anyway. Because you simply haven’t met a girl who’s good enough for you yet.

You have high standards and will not settle for anything less than the girl of your dreams. This is the reality of the situation and the mindset you need to adopt.

Most guys who’ve never had a girlfriend come extremely close to getting one but always fall down at the last hurdle.

Do they pester you with questions like “have you met a girl yet bro? And this is going to sound harsh but I need to ask it: Think for a second, what is your position in the group of friends you regularly hang out with?

Are you the leader of the group or are you the guy who tags along and hangs in the background?

You will never know the truth of how a girl feels about you without talking to her. So I urge you to always seek the truth rather than always making assumptions, for example: You assumed she was into him – that you were too late – and it wasn’t worth embarrassing yourself by going over. And she was only being polite and secretly hoping you’d come over and save her from a painfully awkward situation.

Another example: You assumed she wasn’t interested in you anymore, so you gave up.

This happens so often to you that you start expecting women to stop texting you back or disappear into oblivion, because no matter what you do differently it always ends the same way.

That’s because the trickiest stage of getting a girlfriend is the transition from when you’re “sort of dating” her to actually “in a relationship”.

In high school I was always the “tag along” guy and because my social status in school was pretty much bottom of the ladder, the girls I liked flat out ignored me.

But in college I was able to reinvent myself and start fresh.

Find a new group of friends who had no idea about how lame I was at school – and become one of the key decision makers in the group.