Yes, because I am such a Guru on this subject, I'm making a post on it
In case you didn't get that, it was sarcasm.
So, no, I might not be a master... Okay, I'm definitely not a master, but this is simple common sense to me, and no matter how I think about, I just find some aspects idiotic.
The first part- Asking
This really only applies to shy people, but seeing as I fall under this category, I'm talking about it. So, it's common sense that if a person likes another person, they'd be shy around them (unless you're brimming with self confidence. Damn you). But the transition from liking to asking out (I don't even know what I'm talking about any more, in case you haven't noticed) is difficult. Being nervous is pretty much the number one thing that impedes relationships. Guys do not want to be shot down, and I'd say the same pretty much goes for girls. So you know that person you're too shy to ask out? There's actually a good chance that they're the same. So, basically, get a grip and act. You never know.
Also, fear of getting shot down is more of a fear of being ridiculed, but honestly, ask yourself, if someone asking you out, would you make fun of them, or be flattered (not quite the word, but you get what I mean)? You'd be surprised how many people of the opposite sex actually have a similar mindset to you.
Part two- Overcomplicated things
I really have no idea why, but people feel the need to make things very complicated, especially when it comes to relationships. Of course, every guy out there will know that a lot of girls will never say what they mean, which makes things confusing.
And they wonder why we are confused.
But not only girls, but guys as well. Guys tend to act like people they're not. They act tough, or confident, or intelligent, or smooth. Then if it actually works, you either find yourself never acting yourself around the person, or start acting like yourself, and after acting like someone different, it's easily mistaken for change, and often messes up a relationship.
Part Three- Over and Out
The ending. That's it. It's over. Now, it's not as simple as that. Often, relationships don't end with the two people hating each other, so how to end it without hurting the other person's feelings? This, my dear socially hopeless friends, is tricky. You've probably grown apart, so you can't tell how much the other person still has feelings for you. Trust me on one thing though, you do not just ignore it.
This depends on the people, but basically, once you get it, it's hard to escape unscratched
So yes, that was my take on relationships. Once again, I got bored halfway through it, so ignore most of what I've said. Really, only the first thing makes any sense.
Either way, ignore everything I've said if you want to be successful.
If you've read this far, then you really need help with your life, and not from me. I pity you poor fools
Now get lost, you wonderful people.