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I’m a recovering nice guy. I’m way too nice, and I’ve had limited success with women. They like me as friends sometimes but that’s usually about it. When I AM around a girl I like, even if we’re alone in her apartment, I just talk and talk about friendly, casual stuff. It’s a 100% friendly vibe that I’m giving off, and I never know how to cross over to being sexual with her. It makes me nervous as hell thinking about approaching her that way, and I avoid it. I think I'm afraid she'll think I'm a creep or being inappropriate or something. How do you recommend transitioning from the friendly, talking vibe over to kissing, romance, intimacy and sex?
Got a question about the idea of searching (kinda bad word but cant make up any other atm) for someone with as few mental problems as possible (I think I saw the same idea in NoMoreMrNiceGuy book). I'm 45. And I'm dating women around the same age. And like 75% of those are single mothers with 1-2 children with youngest one around 8-12 yo. And others are the ones who are deep inside really broken by the fact that they are 40+ which means they will never have any children. So how it is possible to find someone whos not having those problems then? And yeah I certainly dont want to fix anyone (or manipulate). (Even not thinking about the idea that when you finally find someone - that someone is gonna be attracted to you lol but thats different story)