Dating rules physical contact
Because I needed to practice my skills in Power Point, I've illustrated this with a Venn diagram: As most girls probably know, it can be difficult to determine which men fall into which category.
And as I mentioned at the beginning of this post, if you are only paying attention to what a man says, it can be impossible.
This is somewhat related, but deals instead with the beginning of a relationship.
The underlying principles, however, are the same...
A man might make eye contact with you from across the bar, but unless he overcomes his fear or leaves his buddies in order to approach you, he isn't into you enough. A man might say he wants to see you, but unless he calls to set up a date, he doesn't care enough. A man might tell you to come and visit him, but if he cares enough, he will come to you if you suggest it.
I could give all kinds of examples, but you get the point.
A girl interested in saving her time and emotional energy needs to be as adept as possible at discerning these these types of men.
And this is why it is so important for a woman not to initiate contact with a man.
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There is a danger of losing a guy like this by putting up too many hurdles and discouraging him. ------------------------------------- If you liked this post, you'll definitely like my book, Beyond the Breakup, which explains everything you need to know about dealing with you ex: what he's thinking, what is motivating him to stay friends with you, how to maximize your chances of getting him back - and if that doesn't happen, how to focus on your future.
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By making it easy for a man, you risk wasting your time and energy on someone who is only interested in having sex with you, or maybe worse, someone who will actually agree to a relationship or even marriage, only to change his mind months or years later when he realizes he wants someone he considers better.
Taking the initiative is not a right that men have over women; it is (or should be) a hurdle that women place in front of men to make them prove their interest.For example, when you search for a film, we use your search information and location to show the most relevant cinemas near you.