Welcome back, it has been a while. I did read your other posts and can understand your feelings. I'm glad Sophie_M met you and has offered three valuable resources that exist just so you have the comfort of a human voice when you need it.
You have a best freind, who happens not to love you but obviosly cares about your feelings, and you have a shorter stature than many.
If one is lucky enough to have a genuine freind, not always that common, then you are ahead. It may be, as they are of a caring nature and do want the best for you, that you fall in love with them. after all they have already accepted you for what you are.
We do not get a choice who we fall in love with, we do get a choice what we do about it.
It hurts -a lot - not to be loved in return, however true love and friendship sometimes involves sacrifice for the object of one's affections. If you are not the right one for them than hoping they do meet someone and know the feelings of real love are things you might wish for them
I'll now give you the logic you will in all probability discard as do-gooder waffle, however coming from someone else it may make you think afresh. There are an awful lot of people in this world who genuinely believe they are unattractive to the opposite sex, from those with criminal histories through to those who have a disability
I was lucky enough to marry in middle age, even thogh I had PTSD, bouts of depression and anxiety, no job, no money and no prospects. Still happily in love 20+ years later
An awful lot do end up married and live contented full lives with their partners. Men are sight-oriented, and seem to have a built in attraction for 'good looking' women
(Yes I know I'll probably get into trouble for making generalizations). Women are not as sight-oriented to anything like the same extent and tend to look for characteristics that might not be visible on the surface. Reliability, concern, understanding, care, kindness, being a strenght in bad times .... you know the list
May I ask you to reflect if your dislike of your height has made you reluctant to make advances to others, and has colored your conversation tinged by your own perceived shortcomings rather than really looking at the other person , seeing their needs, and being on that level?
Why not ask your friend to help you meet others? Her insights may be very helpful
It was not just a rant, saying what your problems are meets a basic human need, I'm glad you are here