speed dating college students boston - Inconsistent behavior dating
Perhaps it feeds a deep insecurity that he’s choosing over everyone else who’s eyeing him. If you are looking just to hook up and have no-strings attached fun, this article does not apply to you.
But this guy’s approach is sporadic and consistently inconsistent. Every time you accept poor behavior, or tolerate disrespect and inconsideration, you send a signal to the universe and to your own self-worth that you aren’t deserving of respect.
The following are examples of a guy who is either behaving poorly, or not that into you.
Perhaps that laser focus attention he’s giving you makes you finally feel recognized for how special and unordinary you are. If you are looking to romantically connect with another and/or wanting to create a relationship with someone, then listen up.
It’s totally baffling, and I can’t just let things roll off my back anymore like I used to.
I’ve been told “not to overthink it” and to “stop overanalyzing” things in dating, but no matter how hard I try, I just can’t help it. I wish I could be more laid-back and optimistic, but before that can happen, it would help if these guys are going to need to start behaving like normal human beings. I don’t care if ghosting is apparently the new norm — I still think it’s a crappy way to date, and I can’t get on board with the times.
Feelings used to be communicated, no decoding necessary.
These days, it seems like no one talks about feelings — like, ever. If more guys would start properly communicating their intentions and where I stand in their lives, it would save me the hassle of trying to expertly read between the lines with the help of psychology handbooks and dating how-to articles.I liked him a lot, but his over-the-top enthusiasm (he insisted I was "perfect") gave me pause.Given how little we knew about each other, it felt like too much.There’s no acceptable reason to wait for days to respond.I still can’t comprehend how and why a guy would take more than 24 hours to respond to a text message. I’m busy AF too, and if I’m making the time to respectfully keep in constant communication with a guy I’m dating, he should pay me the same respect back. I truly hate that I have to rationalize why a guy may have taken so long to get back to me, playing out doomsday scenarios in my mind when in reality, I know he’s more than likely read and chosen not to respond to my message.If a guy isn’t into me, I shouldn’t need to text him because I’m wondering what’s up or if he’s lost interest.