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I was talking to my married, younger sister who knows infinitely more than I do recently, and we talked about how many of her friends are unmarried and growing tired of waiting for guys to show interest. Guys do need to grow up and learn how to date.


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Dear Melissa, My friend says his life is a mess after his high profile divorce. His divorce was finalized 9 months ago, and he has full custody of his. He is an amazing father, brother, son, and friend. We care for each other and are definitely attracted to the other. We have even kissed a couple times.

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1. be patient

Do you find yourself waiting for the phone to ring? Waiting for him to call? Let me help you with if you should call him, understanding men, and what you can do about it. After a great first date and a strong connection, excitement builds. This is especially true at the end of your date, when he asks to see you again. So you wait … and wait. The stress builds and for some women, this turns to anxiety.

How to decide if he’s right for you

How could he do that to you? You may feel confused, rejected, or sink into despair. How could he not call when you had such a good time? You might think calling him is the answer. Why not, right? This is a new era in dating.

Men and women are more equal not than ever. Dating is more modern! I have three big reasons why calling him to ease your mind is a big mistake. You want to know what a man will do without your prompting because that tells you how interested he truly is. Excuses include being super busy at work, a huge project with a lot of pressure, a sudden illness, and even a death in the family.

When you pick up that phone and contact him, you risk looking desperate. Yes, even today many men will think that if you call him. This is a fact when it comes to understanding men.

If you make that one call and it goes well, then you might be tempted to continue on this path. Now you are chasing him and that never ends well.

He’s not ready for a relationship. should i wait or move on?

If you have to chase a man, he definitely is not that interested. But he may be curious enough to stick around, hoping to get lucky. It can drive you nuts wondering what is going on. Some women start to think he got sick or injured himself.

Good men are out there. Occasionally there are extenuating circumstances, but that is a very rare thing. His inability to call because of illness, his job or boss, his ex, a death in the family etc. Many men feel the pressure of being a nice guy and think not asking is too hurtful if they are not interested. Be smart! Learn about what men really mean when they are evasive. You can go about your business and meet other men.

And if he does call, then that is a wonderful surprise! To learn more about understanding men and finding a quality guy, listen my free program 5 Surefire Ways to Attract a Quality Guy. He said that he likes talking with me and wanted to try dating. I said that would be okay and gave him my to exchange pictures.

After I sent my photo he never responded. I did text my approval of his pic and tried to call him a minute later after sending my picture. No response.

Is he interested or not. You could be his grandmother! Dating younger is a wonderful thing. Aim for mid 50s to your own age or a little older if you are serious about finding love. Please try to be realistic.

Understanding men – should i call him?

Hi Ronnie, When I was younger I had sex with a friend that lived up the street. Nothing more.

Later when I was grown, I had sex with his brother. We enjoyed each other alot until his brother told him we had sex as youngings. We went our separate ways, but he has always been respectful and has even tried to get back with m,e but I said no. Now 20 years later me and the brother I had sex with when I was very young invited me out. We hit it off great, but I missed two of his calls the day after our date.

However, I texted him a few times just casually letting him know I enjoyed his company and he said the same. It has been a couple of days and I have not heard anything from him. What should I do and what do you think about everything I said. That would have been better.

It could be that he was just curious. Would he still be interested in you or you in him? What do you look like now?

1. how interested is he?

Would it be fun? None of that means he wants a second date, whether or not you picked up his calls.

I believe in going after what you want and not just sit back and wait for something that may never even come. He reached out to me and it took us a month before I would go out with him. Then we went on 6 dates over a month. After the second date, he texted that he bought me a special tea and asked if I could come over and drink tea at his place for our 3rd date.

I politely declined saying it was a good idea for the future. We had several more dates. For our 7th date, he called and asked if he could come over for tea on Friday night. I had plans and declined, but later said I could meet him in public over the weekend. He never followed up and that was 3 weeks ago.

Am I being unreasonable by holding off on intimacy past a month?

What happened to him being this spiritual, Polish gentleman who he professed to be? Should I even respond? Hi Denise, This is a tough one. But he is a man…and he did hang in there over 6 dates.

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Is it wrong for you to wait? Of course not! You need to feel comfortable.

But are you not attracted or do you just want to wait? Perhaps you should have a discussion with him. See what he says. But, be sure you are honest with yourself about why you are waiting. I met a guy online and we have been out on 3 dates in less than a week.