What does it take for a woman I love to love me too and not me totally unsuitable?
The last woman who felt the same way, when I let her stay the night at my flat, pee'd on the bathroom and bedroom floor. I'm not joking!
It's easy for all you lot who've not got a criminal record like me, or who didn't drop out of school like I did. Suppose I'm just meant to gather dust? You'd think I'd be irresistable with my guitar skills and worldly travels under my belt.
Well, there's nothing left for it now but to buy a big American car, spend all my money on insuring it and keeping it repaired and be absolutely gorgeous. I can't complain too much while I still have a bank account to finance it. I've been a bit of a green plonker bothered about global warming for the past decade and a half but that's all seeming a bit unimportant now. Who gives a sod if the world ends if you can't find anyone to love?
Roswell said:It's easy for all you lot who've not got a criminal record like me, or who didn't drop out of school like I did. Suppose I'm just meant to gather dust?
No it isn't. Most people take a very long time to find the one (my husband was 37), plus there are even more people who settle and spend decades with the wrong person just so they're with someone.
My husband was a bit of a t**t when we first met and thought he was unlovable and that I was only interested in him due to his salary. At times that attitude nearly pushed me away. It sounds like your behaviour is similar and that you're self-destructive. Many autistic individuals have dealings with the criminal justice system and drop out of education. I have and I've gone one to teach in HE. As such, I don't think it's your background that is preventing you from finding love but rather your attitude caused by your poor mental health.
Okay well maybe I will do higher education one day but not for now as too many of the local college staff are horrible, bureaucratic idiots. They get things wrong all the time, then take ages to give refunds or don't inform you about changes in schedules so you turn up and there's no class on. And I don't like the Open University or distance learning. So I will just do things my own way, but of course most people who do things the mainstream way will still see me as a loser. I've met quite a few women who are very forward about their mental health problems, complaining about how the NHS treat them and so on, but don't regard me as equal to them, often ignoring me and looking down on me. So I have to conclude society rejects me and I may as well just live for myself. If no one appreciates my contributions, so be it.