Do I Really Have Terrible Luck With Men Or Is There Something Wrong With Me?


At this point, I have experienced numerous unsuccessful relationships, causing me to wonder if it is more than mere misfortune. It is necessary to pause and reflect on one's life, taking note of the past and questioning oneself. What have I been doing wrong?

1. Are All The Good Ones Taken?

Lately, I've begun to challenge my previous line of thinking. It's easy to attribute my dating misfortunes to external factors such as my location, social group, or the dating app I use. While they could potentially play a role, I wonder if I've been making excuses for my own poor choices. If that's the case, then it's up to me to initiate change. Could it be that the problem lies within me rather than a scarcity of good men?

2. Is There Even Such A Thing As Luck?

As adults, we are responsible for the choices we make, including those in our relationships. While chance encounters can lead to unexpected romances, it's also possible to experience a string of unfortunate events. However, when it comes to multiple bad breakups, it's natural to question if there is something fundamentally wrong. In jest, one may even wonder if they were a malevolent being in a past life.

3. It Always Starts Well But Things Go Downhill Really Fast

When I start dating someone, they are usually very interested in me. However, my relationships never seem to last beyond the three-month mark. Whenever it's time for the relationship to progress, it falls apart instead. I can't help but wonder if I'm choosing the wrong guys or if there's something unappealing about me that makes me undateable.

4. I'm Beginning To See A Pattern

It's a common experience to have a "type" when it comes to dating, and I'm no exception. Unfortunately, my type doesn't seem to be interested in me. After dating several guys who fit this pattern, it's hard not to blame myself. I'm starting to think that the only common denominator in these relationships is me, which makes me doubt myself and my worth.

5. Is There Something About Me That Attracts Toxic Dudes?

I can't help but wonder what I'm doing wrong. Am I somehow signaling that I'm only interested in casual dating? Is there something about me that makes me unappealing for a serious relationship or marriage? I keep analyzing my behavior to try and identify any clues, but I can't be sure if the problem is with me or the type of guys I attract. How can I figure it out?

6. Do I Smell Or Something?

I am beginning to think that there might be something unappealing about me since many guys have disappeared on me. Perhaps there is a significant character flaw that I possess. It feels like I am living a nightmare since every time a guy gets close to me, the relationship ends. I wonder if I fail to meet people's expectations once they get to know me personally, or if I come on too strong and drive them away. I am plagued with thoughts of self-doubt, and I can't help but wonder what it is about me that makes guys run away.

7. Why Am I Attracted To Guys Who End Up Treating Me Like This?

I think I should also be asking myself some tough questions. After all, it takes two to tango, doesn't it? Am I setting myself up for failure by going after the wrong guys? Could I be passing on perfectly good guys who would actually be into me? I am beginning to question my choices and my own attractiveness. Perhaps it is time to start being more mindful of who I pursue and why.

8. I Think I Might Need Therapy

At this point, I need someone objective to tell me that there isn't anything fundamentally wrong with me. However, I also know that I need to figure out why I keep ending up in the same situation every time I meet someone I like. It is incredibly frustrating, and I am tired of it. I need to get to the bottom of this issue so that I can finally break free from this pattern.

9. Why Can't I See The Signs?

It appears that I have a recurring issue in not being able to predict when a guy will leave me. Given the frequency of this occurring, one might think that I could anticipate it happening. However, I do not want to treat every new relationship with a negative attitude and prejudge a new guy before giving him a chance. Nonetheless, I should take things slowly and not invest too much until I'm sure that he's committed to the relationship.

10. If I Knew What The Problem Was, I Could Fix It

I am unsure whether it's my actions, attitude, or taste in men that's causing my failed relationships. I realize that merely attributing it to bad luck is too easy of an excuse, and I must delve deeper to find the root cause of the issue. If I don't do so, I may remain stuck in this situation indefinitely.