It can even feel like too much work starting over with someone new.
But deep down you may have a nagging feeling that something just isn’t right.
This is not the case, it is much more likely that the guy in the coffee shop was attracted to you, but unfortunately something was just not enough for him to make that next move and go out of his way.
This is ultimately his loss, and you will find a better man.
Because of their own fear – of being abandoned, of being not-good-enough, of being too old, too rigid, too masculine – they seriously ran the risk of alienating their new men.
Until I reminded them of a core principle in “Why He Disappeared”: men do what they want to do. If we want to introduce you to our family, we’ll introduce you to our family.
You meet a guy who seems interested in you, and you believe there is potential for a date or even a relationship.
This excites you, so you begin to text him and call him on a fairly regular basis.
Immediately, our conversations turn from, “Why are there no good men out there?!Even if he asked for your number in that coffee shop and you do not hear from him within a short space of time he is NOT interested enough..on.Plus, why would you even want to waste your time chasing a guy who isn't really interested in you anyway? Now, if this does happen to you (as it does all of us, including me) please do not let it bother you or make you feel unattractive, unwanted or unworthy of a relationship.Tell him just like you did here and if he's the right guy for you he will understand and not see it as a slight or a desire to end the relationship.If he becomes upset then it would probably be best to end it.