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There's a terrible lack of positive, older men who can give life advice out there. Deal with it, accept that you have a good friend, and move on. But don't whine how cruel the girl is because she doesn't let you hump her even when you fix her computer. Instant gratification through TV and fast food and those fake achievements of games that come in exactly that interval that keeps you hooked. Clicking a button and doing fun things will rarely make you successful. Of course, even hard work doesn't guarantee anything. You can sit in front of your computer, doing your job with average results while you spend time on reddit - and you still think you deserve a raise? Women can smell a man that has confidence in himself.Frankly, my Dad passed away 10 years ago and I'd still like to ask him some things now and then. I'll do as much as I can to help it to be a good place. There is this weird mentally, especially on circlejerking places like Reddit, that somehow you deserve to have all the things you want. You wake up and don't bother to shower but still expect people to enjoy your company? I can’t prove this scientifically, but other men look up to you, and the women follow naturally. You probably can’t be obese, but you don’t have to be jacked. A witty sense of humor and an educated mind goes a long way. I'm 27, and I've been trying to get over my own issues very hard for the last year or so.Edit: If you're a virgin your body is going to be so excited to have sex the first time you're going to be rubbish. I want to keep up with helping out but I can't respond to every pm as well as I would like. They are the self-entitled ones who believe that food should fly in their mouths, and that their great inner values are enough to become great, no work needed. The most ridiculous and sexist concept I have ever heard of. But that doesn't change the matter: If you believe that somebody else to love you because you do something nice for them; if you believe that somebody else needs to feel a certain way because of things you do - then you are an idiot. Maybe you are just unlucky, there are a few of those - but, if you are honest with yourself, the chance that you are one of them is small. Bad for you that you say yes to all those donuts and chips. You avoid that donut and in return you wake up in the morning and your trousers fit. And then as far as dressing nice--fuck, some people figure out a cool style, other people look in magazines/clothing websites and try to find examples of stuff they're not totally embarrassed wearing that seems to fit in with the current style.You can't expect to be an expert at something you're just trying for the first time. Don't watch porn to learn how to do this, read some of the great posts here about it. I thought a subreddit where other Dads could pitch in might be helpful. Sure, there might be one or two who would deserve better luck - but likely, when you are honest with yourself, you are probably not one of them. Yes, it's now applied in both directions, but traditionally it is that a woman "puts" a "nice" guy in the friendzone. If you are unhappily in the friendzone - you are an idiot, plain and simple. Is there a "fair" universe - where fair means biased in your favour - that gives you all the things you want? If you are on Reddit whining about your lack of friends or partner or your horrible job - then consider for a moment whether you are part of the problem, whether it is not your fault rather than the rest of the world being rude to you. Most people are socialised in this "get it all" society. You start reading a book on French and the next day you can talk fluently. But yeah, the breezy way Prolapsed Pineal describes all this is the sort of explanation that can only come from a dude who's been married for 20 years with stable friends/relationships for that long and completely forgets how tough it is building that stuff in the first place.
Of course, as unpleasant as the advice "Change everything about yourself and be someone else" may seem, its still probably better than that old bullshit "Be yourself" I've heard over the years.
Son, if you're 23 I have some words of wisdom for you. In the extreme case, talking to a professional therapist can help a bit.