Well, for those that have seen my previous "stories" this will make more sense.Basically after all my troubles I though I was making some real progress by just ignoring girls. Blocking my urges and desires and basically trying to block out any desire for female compansionship (as it always leads to trouble).Recently I have met a couple of new girls who have both used me for my niceness, without me even getting past friends basis.Now over the past week, a girl who I have liked for a while started warming up to me, flirting, getting close etc.Now it's the end of the week, it's all over again and it turns out she was having a "lonely moment" and needed someone to make her feel better. I'm guessing she's feeling better now cos she was over some other guy tonight.Unfortunately this got me back into the mindset of needing a female companion again, and this time I don't think it's gonna be as easy to get out of it, ESPECIALLY considering the time of year.Right now I'm at my lonliest, and it's gonna get worse before it gets better.I think my problem could be that I always seem to make friends with a girl before anything can happen, and because of that I become one of their girlfriends, rather than a male friend. They confide in me and stuff, and would probably be ok with me groping them, because they'd think it would mean nothing.Essentially I'm a sponge.What can I do? This sucks.
Square one? Been there before...
I have the same problem a lot of times. Females start to like me as a friend and when I try to get into something more than that they don't want to. I would think that being friends first is the best way to know whether or not you'd be happy with them. But it's not because they get attached to you in the wrong way. I found it easiest to approach a female by letting them know you're interested in going out instead of approaching as a friend. Depending on how you show up first is how they know whether it will be a friendship or more than that.Anyways, that's what i learned. I used to have major problems with it. Talk about being lonely.