How old are you? How affable are you? What kind of place are you living in? If you’re an introverted middle school teenager living in Alaska, that answers your question. But if you’re an extroverted girl in her twenties living in NYC there’s something else going on. Ask your closest friends to give it to you straight.
Guys might be intimidated by you for some reason. For me it was my deep voice. It was a turn off for the school boys, but once I was out of college I had no trouble finding men. Men had no problem with it.
Also, once you do start going out (and realize it can be done) you will exude a confidence that should be irresistible. Again, only with grown men. You may have to wait a few years.
You started three threads, received a reply or replies to the previous two threads in whichmembers asked you appropriate questions, but you did not respond to those replies. You received one reply to your third thread, this one, but did not reply to it yet.
This is what you typed in the three threads, combined here, including titles: “I feel like I might never find a boyfriend? Is it true that if you put yourself out there, smile at guys and give them eye co that they still might not approach you or ask you out”.
At this point I don’t know if you are sincere posting here. If you are sincere, maybe you are looking for a magical answer to your questions, one that you will read and all problems solved for you.
Maybe you are uncomfortable replying or answering questions. I don’t know.
I would say this: to “find a boyfriend”, to “put yourself out there”, you will need to do more than “smile at guys and give them eye co”, you will need to communicate with words, be it spoken or written, to reply, to respond. If you would like to practice communicating, replying to this very post I am typing now, please do so, and share your thoughts and feelings regarding what I just typed.