Interested in dating
Is personal gain and self-fulfillment the main goal? Heavy expectations leads to a lack of appreciation of what one has.
I’m sure a large majority of us have probably uttered a phrase similar to the following: “Am I cut out for monogamous relationships? ” You’ll be pleased to know that you’re not alone when making this assertion.
I’ve made it a goal to go out on at least one date per week for the past couple of years, and in doing so, have met hundreds of fantastic people.
Generally, these are first dates, and only first dates.
(Sweet.)I also get the occasional woman that I’m interested in, who doesn’t show the same interest in me. We as men walk a fine line in pursuing women—that of being the confident, manly man who knows what he wants and isn’t afraid to go for it, without becoming the desperate, needy man who can’t take a hint.
What makes walking this line so difficult, though, is the fact that some women play hard-to-get in hopes that the man will pursue her harder, while others play hard-to-get in hopes that the man will “get the hint” and leave them alone! Over the years, I’ve learned to not make assumptions. stop returning their calls or texts) and don’t feed them endless excuses if they keep asking you out. Now to be fair, telling someone that you’re not interested is much easier said than done. Recently, I had a woman text me after a first date and tell me she’d love to do something again sometime.