I don't know what's wrong with me, but it's very hard for me to make friends with anyone. I have TONS of acquaintances, but it really stops there. I have no problem at all meeting people and talking, but I can't seem to move it past that. Almost everyone I meet through school or work never really becomes more than someone I say hi to in class or as they walk by. It's been like this for a long time (since high school), but it's really catching up to me now and I'm tired of it. I have no one that lives near me that I can honestly call a friend. The few friends I do have that I'm close with I met online, but they don't live close. I really would like to meet up with other people, but no one ever calls me to hang out or talk. If I call them, they either can't or don't want to. Even if they did, I'd be the only one there because I don't have anyone else to bring along if they came, and this has made for some awkward situations. This cycle has been going on for years and years and I've had enough of it. I realize the problem is not with other people, but with me. For the life of me I can not see what the problem is. I do not know what it is I'm doing wrong. It's getting to the point where I'm desperate and starting to go crazy from it. I want to get out so bad, but there's nothing to do because there's no one for me to do it with. I think about it so much, but can never seem to do anything to fix my problem. All my life consists of is work, school, and sometimes going on dates. But the girl I've been seeing is losing interest quickly and it's really been eating me up. Almost all of my free time is spent at home, mostly on the computer, or just doing random bullshit around the house to kill time because I have nothing better to do. As for more about myself, I don't believe I have any major issues that would repel people. I don't have any self-confidence issues (besides this one) and I'm not shy at all. I'm not overweight and people tell me I'm attractive all the time. I don't act like a dick and I'm not egotistical. This is the first time I've ever mentioned anything about this, online or in person. I'm not sure if I should go see a psychologist or something because this is really starting to affect me.