So my success has been due to paying for apps.
Upto you, I know th odds, the game. I've dished out quite a bit. I justify it as sometimes it's the cost of a date so perhaps give that a shot.
Also, be more social, I mean minus covid join groups to volunteer or sports.
And finally, attraction changes. I was with someone who was larger but over time I liked her. Couldn't get enough of her.
It all changes and with her I learned a lot too.
I payed for Tinder twice when I first started using it. Honestly, it really didn't help much. Was still stuck with the same time wasters and landwhales. Also, as someone who takes drugs for hairloss, tries to go to the gym 3x a week, diets, had minor cosmetic surgery (laser for acne) and plan to do more in the future the least I expect from a potential partner is someone who has some sort of self control. To each his own though.
It's pretty expensive. Around $500 per injection if I'm not mistaken. But they can last for a very long time and possibly the effect is permanent at least to a certain extent.
Yeah I feel you. Good luck with all man. Marrying in your mid 30's is completely normal nowadays so you got time either way.
Honestly I'm not even too bothered about getting married. Even just a relationship for a few years would be good enough for me. Also I just like the idea of being considered attractive.
It's always worth doing everything to save what you have, of course.
Grow your hair out. If you really are a NW2, you can cover that sh*t up so easily.
Keep a job, keep saving money, keep taking your finasteride.
Things will look much better in your 30s. Trust the people on here.
In my experience, your 20s can vary a lot. Some people get their life figured out real quick, like marrying or getting that well paying job at 23. Others take longer. I think as long as you are good at 30, you seem to be set on a good path. Observations from friends and social circles prove this in my opinion. Some people keep slacking, thinking they can prolong their 20s - doesn't work. Others really regret not going through some rough patches in their 20s and they have a divorce, which is often worse because kids.
My bottom line: Not having everything worked out in your 20s is fine as long as you get your sh*t in order for your 30s. Things change pretty quickly around that time. If you got a clean slate at the start, you could have a lot of fun. So f*** yes, keep munching your damn finasteride and keep your hair.
Thing is, the hair above my temples doesn't even grow long enough to cover them. Otherwise, I probably could have tried to cover it up with a messy fringe (bangs).
Went back to uni two years ago and currently in my last year. Hoping after I'm done with this I'll have a stable accounting job. Should give me enough money to looksmax and live comfortably through my 30s. Worse comes to worse I'll have a decent amount of money for escorts. Just a shame that my 20s are being wasted away since everyone around me seems to be in a relationship, or into hooking up. Have two cousins who are the same age as me who got married about two years ago and have children. Even my 15 year old cousin has a girlfriend.
finasteride gave me side effects but I may hop on it at much lower dosage (0.5mg EOD). Hoping CB0301 gets approved soon.