Help I need some body.
Yes, here in Tel Aviv in Israel I find in university or in parties, in salsa evenings or through friends, girls I happen fell in love. But what happens to me is that mostly I get rejection and for the full irony there are other girls whom are not in my interest (not buety, not clever, too young ...), who tries to flirt with me. Yes, I had girls friend in the past and therefore I know that I have to wait pateintly for the full match. It will come!!!! But it did not, yet.
I used to work in hi tech for 5 years, now I am in the end of one year break dedicated for my thesis and now, when I am about to finish, I do not have passion for working 11 hours again, when a serious girlfriend is waiting for me back home. What do you advice me to do, to compromise, or to wait for the right girl? To start working again, when my head is busy with girls? (Where I work usually no women).
If you are a mature young man, you should know that the girls you are associating with are there to study and fun is just on the side. I think you should finish that thesis - you are almost there and that you need for your future. I guarantee that a nice girl will come along. And if you have such a girl at home why are you looking for more unless you are looking to drop her and want to play the field. Grow up - get your thesis done -- get a good job in your field and your love life will come when you are least expecting it. And when it does -- enjoy.
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