Jul 18, 2013 3:04 PM GMT
So I know the topic question may be a stupid one, but I honestly don't know the answer to it because I haven't yet had a long term relationship. Not to sound arrogant, but the past relationships I have been in I have been told by each guy that I am a the total package and a genuine nice guy, but each time they had an excuse for why they felt like they should end it. One guy I dated told his friends it didn't work out because I was "too nice". I know I am not perfect and definitely have my own faults, but I do try to be nice and don't like conflicts or arguments. I just like to get along with people. One of my friends told me that maybe I need to have more arguments to seem more personal because trying to get along all the time may seem fake. I don't understand why you'd have to argue to be closer with people, but I am beginning to question if it's true because I haven't yet been in a long term relationship (which I want to have). Do I need to disagree and argue more in my relationships? Once again, I feel stupid for asking this but I am honestly confused at why if I am trying my best to be a good and committed boyfriend that it still never works out? It gets me so freaking depressed.