Your character strengths and your willingness to grow are very admirable personal qualities and are great assets for a marriage.A dating coach or dating mentor, who is an invaluable source of emotional support, encouragement and advice for any dater, is practically a necessity for anyone who harbors doubts about their own ability to date successfully and build a relationship that will lead to marriage.People experience many possible sources of these doubts -- due to scorn, rejection, being teased or bullied by childhood peers, academic struggles because of learning disabilities, an inability to fit in because of poorly developed social skills, receiving criticism from parents, or years of unproductive dating.They wonder what the other person sees in them, are afraid that the other person will reject them when they "finally see the real me." They tell themselves that only a real misfit could even be interested in them, or seek out dysfunctional dating partners because "nobody decent will ever want me." The fact that you're getting a late start on dating should not be a reason to doubt yourself.
Plenty of people begin dating a little later in life than others. Someone may not be emotionally ready for marriage until later in adulthood.
And I have a better idea of what has been holding me back in the past. The problem is I am 20 years behind everyone else in terms of experience. In addition, a high percentage of women close to my age are married or divorced. My big worry is that women will shy away from me because of my lack of experience. " Should I admit my lack of dating experience to the women I date, or should I try to hide it? Many people whose life experiences are similar to yours give up on themselves, and get locked into a life of disappointment and under-achievement.
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