I am a typical AB and my other friends with blood type AB also have unique personalities and they are outcasts.
My friend and one of my sisters with blood type B are pretty assertive and I often find myself trying not to take what they say personally.
I’ve been dating people for nearly a year myself but while getting dates is easy, entering into something more meaningful is difficult. I think your problem is mostly due to a difference in the way both sexes think and behave.
While women are more likely to want the stability that comes with a relationship, men will often play the field rather than settle down.
Growing up in Japan, I had never questioned the theory of blood type because everyone including teachers, parents, friends and even potential employers have asked my blood type.
If you go on a date with, pardon the generalization, a “typical” Japanese man, it’s more likely he’s just curious about what it would be like to date a foreign woman.
Instead love in Japan was, like most Japanese cultural words, linked with complex interplays between people.
After much discussion, the word (Ai) was hastily chosen.
My blood type is AB, which is the least common in Japan and we are the most discriminated against in Japan.
We are odd, eccentric, unpredictable and we are not worried what other people think of us.