All my friends are dating and marrying smart successful guys but I just date losers

Visitor's Question from a 31-40 year old Female
I have been twice in relationships. My first boyfriend was just working in a supermarket and not at all ambitious. He was always depending on his father. My recent boyfriend is also the same type. He takes life too easy. He has chance to go to university but doesn't want.I'm a university graduate and he just completed secondary education.I mean we are very different intellectually and our values as well.All my friends are dating and marrying smart successful guys but i just date loosers. I never hane lots of chances meeting smart guys .i also tend to loose them if i do meet them. I have met before a very successful businessman and he was very interested with me the first day we met , he gave me his phone number .But when I contacted him he wasn't interested.This has happened a lot to me. The guys i like do find me attractive and shows interest but when i contact them they change. Its only the guys i am not really interested having a long relationship with are the ones i end up being with them. What should i do to change this.I am always having the same type of guys. Please advice . Advice
My advice is to give them your telephone number instead of taking their's.

This way they will have to call you and show their interest in you.

Keep up your hope, some nice guy will find you. Or better, you might find a nice guy by going to bookstores, museums, coffeeshops, lectures, etc.

Good luck! George

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