1) Yes. But the relationship I'm in now is the only one that lasted more than a couple of months. 2) I have no problems finding someone that wants to be my GF. But finding someone that I really like and that I can be myself around was a lot more difficult. 3) Yes.
-You are easily able to find someone who will want to be in a relationship with you BF-GF relationship isn't really attractive to me. I don't want to be in this kind of relationship. And to be really honest, I have a lot of guy friends who really like me, but they see me as a guy. -Finding a BF or GF is no problem to you when you find yourself wanting one Repeating what I just said, I will never want one, but yea, it would be no problem finding one. -Are you moderately attractive? (for research control purposes) I don't know. Do you think I'm attractive?
This is normal. Everyone asks these questions particularly in the teen stage of their life.
-You are easily able to find someone who will want to be in a relationship with you It's never really been easy. Too socially awkward. -Finding a BF or GF is no problem to you when you find yourself wanting one Not quite. -Are you moderately attractive? I wouldn't say I'm hideous. Decide for youself, check my DeviantID.
NoNoWhatFeatured By OwnerJan 27, 2013Hobbyist General Artist
-You are easily able to find someone who will want to be in a relationship with you Oh no. It's a rare moment when someone has a crush on me, and it's like finding an extremely rare gem if I find someone who wants to be in a relationship with me i have a boyfriend now though who supports me a lot
-Finding a BF or GF is no problem to you when you find yourself wanting one Oh no. It's quite a problem. Though, I'm not the type of person to want one.
-You are easily able to find someone who will want to be in a relationship with you Once I got to college, I haven't have a hard time finding someone. Before then, the high school caste system placed me at the bottom, so I was never paid attention to.
-Finding a BF or GF is no problem to you when you find yourself wanting one I haven't been looking and I've never noticed when someone was hitting on me. That said, people can smell desperation a mile away and it's completely unattractive. Several of my male friends do not have girlfriends specifically because they are desperate to have one. Once you stop making a big deal out of it, you'll find someone.
-Are you moderately attractive? (for research control purposes) I suppose I'm average. I don't really dress well, though.
Jet4321Featured By OwnerJan 26, 2013Student Traditional Artist
Well, in my school we had this unit about relationships. 1 thing i know is that flowers really do work when you older, like a teenager or higher. But when your a tween, it looks dorky and the girl will think your mom bought it. Heh, dont worry, as long as your not american( im american, but i mean amercian as in FAT ) then your fine
I'm twenty-four years old; as far as "attractiveness" goes, I wouldn't say I'm a supermodel, but I've been told I'm "good looking", and that I have a great smile that puts people at ease; I can get along with people fairly well on a surface level ( people think I love socialising and stuff, but I get discouraged and irritated in crowds fairly easily )...
Here's the kicker...
NO ONE HAS EVER, EVEN ONCE, EVEN HINTED AT, ASKING ME OUT OR BEING INTERESTED IN BEING IN A RELATIONSHIP WITH ME. I had two relationships I thought may blossom into something long-term, but in the end the girls BOTH said, nearly word-for-word ( and no, they had no way of knowing each other ), "I love you a lot, I really care about you, and I really hope and pray that you'll find happiness... but I can't be a part of that. I'm sorry."
My mind has been boggled by this for years. Why the fuck would you love someone, tell them that you WANT to be with them, and yet tell them that you CAN'T even though you want to and no one could possibly give you what they've given you? I don't get this.
Anyhow, hope that helps you not feel like a loser. ( and PS - I've met some seriously mature and responsible fourteen-year-olds, few and far between, but still I've met a few )
- Very true, but I say no 95% of the time. - I like being single. Unless I really like you and/or we're very good friends, you have pretty much zero chance of me wanting to be in a relationship with you. - I'll leave that up to anyone who has ever seen my face. I can't make that judgement.
Yes to the first and no to the second statement, since I'm an open lesbian living in a heavily conservative town. Whoop.
I at least consider myself physically appealing. Hell I legitimately have no self esteem issues when it comes to my body.
Once upon a time I was extremely bummed because of the whole relationship thing, especially since people feel the need to complain about petty issues in their love lives to me while I've been rejected by nearly everyone I've asked out. But I'm enclosed in a tiny town with a bunch of people I hate, and hopefully I'll be able to branch out once I graduate high school and develop some better bonds with people. UuU
1. no.....im usually viewed as a crazy at my high school...... not very, how should i say it..... open to relationships. 2.no. none of them are the right one for me it seems. 3. ive been told im a good lookning guy, but not like, crazy good looking.
UnpredictablooFeatured By OwnerDec 27, 2012Student General Artist
To answer all your questions in one fell swoop, getting into a relationship has proven rather easy for me whenever I've actually went out looking. The problem is that every time I've just been looking for a boyfriend I wasn't really interested in anyone I started dating. I was a bit in love with being in love, and it wasn't good. So now I'm just happy on my own, unless someone crosses my path who's smack-in-the-face everything I want in a guy.
I'm fairly young, though (17, and never been in a relationship outside a few highschool flings), for the record. And I'd say I'm moderately attractive, nothing movie-star gorgeous, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder I guess.
1. true - It can be easy you just got to try your hardest 2. false - You can find someone who your friends with but when your friends ot becomes difficult 3. Yes I have been told 6 times that I should model but it's my choice not too
1) False....unless you count the girl I met at comic con, but still false because she hasn't contacted me in half a year. 2) False - kinda just happens man, especially when you're not actively looking. Actively looking makes you look desperate instead of just mildly interested. 3) in comparison to the rest of the community...I'm pretty typical (considering I live in a town that's like 48% Hispanic, 48% Asian, and 2% white).
what the hell are you talking about 14 is STILL too damn young to be in a serious relationship. You shouldn't be thinking about it until you start searching for prospective colleges (say 16 or so)
True or False... -You are easily able to find someone who will want to be in a relationship with you
False, I'm sort of picky (ok, we'll I am picky) and even though I find myself wanting to be in a relationship, (cause my friends feel the need to intervene) either my insecurity or my 'standards' get in the way
-Finding a BF or GF is no problem to you when you find yourself wanting one
False, oops I think I answered it in the first question
-Are you moderately attractive? (for research control purposes)
Uh...False, I mean, I think I'm average definitely not rare, but quick as I typed false...I believe it's safe to say it depends on what day?
I'm 15 and I don't really want a boyfriend lols. So I really don't know. People have been said to like me, but I don't find myself wanting to be in a relationship all that much . I guess if I really wanted a bf, i might find one I think I'm all right looking. I can't judge all of it myself, but people have told me I was really pretty. (oh, so you agree, you think you're really pretty XD)
1) No and 2) No. I don't know anyone who I would want to be in a relationship with and anyway, not many boys in my school are mature/responsible enough to be in a serious relationship. I wouldn't trust any of them.
3) I'm pretty average-looking, but I don't go to school all tarted up like a lot of girls, and they are the ones who have boyfriends. I don't really make an effort when it comes to my looks. '^^
-You are easily able to find someone who will want to be in a relationship with you True, depending on my liking or the friendship level is high. -Finding a BF or GF is no problem to you when you find yourself wanting one True -Are you moderately attractive? (for research control purposes) Oh c'mon! Its not like looks is everything. I mean, people prefer both personality and a little spice on the looks. So idk.
-You are easily able to find someone who will want to be in a relationship with you + -Finding a BF or GF is no problem to you when you find yourself wanting one
=> I'd say it is true BUT you have to go for it, to hope and to have luck too !but it is clear that if you don't "make efforts" to meet people you don't get to know them so you don't get relationships
-Are you moderately attractive? (for research control purposes) I guess moderately ^^
Do not think there is something wrong with you... there are up and downs in everyone's sentimental life. I am extremely satisfied of my current relationship with my boyfriend but i had to "try" a lot of relationships before , and to make HUGE amount of efforts to make this one right... and sometimes you feel like nobody wants you and/or you don't want anybody around... BUT there is always someone worthy at some point ^^ be patient, be brave ^^
-You are easily able to find someone who will want to be in a relationship with you False(for my ideal type) and True(for the guys that I don't like romantically). They think of me as an IDEAL sister!!!WHY?!. Guys who are younger than me are the one who flirts or have feelings for me(I don't like younger guys).
-Finding a BF or GF is no problem to you when you find yourself wanting one True I can just have one whenever I want.
-Are you moderately attractive? (for research control purposes) I don't know. It depends on whose perception are we going to rely.
FIRST of all, there is NO SUCH THING as a serious relationship when you're 14. No fucking way. and before all you kids who have no bills to pay, diapers to change, cant vote, drink, drive, or serve your countries (in most cases) throw an internet tantrum because of these words, stop, don't type anything in response to this, go draw some anime, and remember that because you're the age you are, the ONLY real problem you have at this very moment is how many faves you'll get on that drawing once you upload it to the screen that you're CONSTANTLY staring at, getting dumber and dumber while your parents work to provide you with clothing, food, and the roof over your head because your too young to do it yourself.
even if teenagers are not experimenting "serious" (what does it even mean) relationships, doesn't mean they don't have feelings ! More over : the relationships you live when you are a teenager have a lot of consequences on yourself, on your future life... so they are as important as the ones following...
Im not saying 14 year olds dont have feelings...Im saying they are just too young to have a serious relationship..and when I say serious what I really mean is ANY kind of relationship to be quite honest. Its not just that they are not emotionally equipped or that their brains and bodies haven't had time to mature whatsoever, or that they have no means of supporting another person emotionally spiritually, or financially, it's ALL of those things. You are right, the "relationships" that occur in the teenage years have a lot of consequences...because you shouldnt be in one. I mean, I am 24 years old, married to the ONLY man Ive ever been with (since I was 20) and I have a child and I STILL sometimes feel like Im incapable of certain aspects of a relationship BUT I have lived enough and have let my mind, soul, and body mature enough to be responsible. Im fully capable of caring for myself and thus am capable of sharing my life with someone.
Okay, you have your point of view and i agree with you on some parts but i have personally been in serious relationships since i am 15 and i did support my boyfriend in material, sentimental ways, etc ...
"because you shouldnt be in one" : says who ??
Come on this is 21st Century and teenagers DO have an emotional and sexual life BEFORE they are 20 (i don't mean everybody but like a half maybe)
Im not arguing whether or not they do. My point is clearly that they shouldn't. A person that young should have other things on their mind besides relationships and sex. Its ok to have it part of your life. We as humans are sexual creatures, we were born that way but your body isnt even done growing yet let alone your brain so why would you commit yourself to somebody whether it be emotionally or physical when you're not even done "cooking"? Wouldnt you want to wait until you have more to give? Until you can give you're whole self to that person? Dont get me wrong..Im not one of these religious fanatics that believes in sex only after marriage. I just cant recall anyone I've met who started having "sersiousrelationships and sex at 14 that didnt HORRIBLY regret it. (And Ive met a lot.)
i'm glad we can exchange quietly our point of views ^^
Well every person i know, who started serious relationships and sex at around 15, absolutely don't regret it. According to you, how old do we need to be in order to be "finished" ?? I don't agree with you. Our body is clearly able to do everything we want at 15 (okay maybe 14 is early). And yes our mind is not completely achieved but is there some time in life when your mind is perfectly done ? i don't think so. We are in constant evolution and able to share and give a lot even at 15.
I guess it really depends on the circumstances of the sex and relationships... but it can be good, safe and let a good memory ! just depends ... maybe there's a part of luck too.