I've recently moved to a new town because I couldn't stand where I lived. I had terrible friends, a family who I was constantly fighting with, and every girl I knew just treated me like utter shit.
Now I'm in college in a brand new place but I'm having so much trouble meeting girls. My school is about 70% male, so naturally every girl I find is taken or just not my type at all. To make matters worse I'm in Texas where it isn't uncommon for people in their 20's to already be married. I just feel like there's nobody out there. Any cute girl I find anywhere just seems to have a ring or some other indicator she is taken.
Well, the girls in couples around you probably have friends, don't you think? Meet them at parties, that's the easiest way.
I wonder though, usually the problems you mention have at least a component linked to how you behave. Do you really understand that, otherwise you might end up re-living the same hell in the new town...
What do you mean?
I mean that if you observe repeated patterns of people's behavior towards you, then there must be something about you that helps produce these reactions. Maybe you should think a bit, and maybe do something about it.
Either way that doesn't really help me with my question.
Can someone give me some advice please? I know someone said parties but I'm really uncomfortable in large groups of people.
Join a dance or fitness class. Those tend to have a majority of active, body conscious women, you'll have plenty of chances of meeting them.
And if you whine about not liking dancing or fitness, please consider that you must be ready to consent to a minimum of effort to meet other people. Otherwise just check what are your interests and how they can be converted to into women's popular group activities. And no, shutting yourself in your closet does not apply.