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QUIZ: Are You Accidentally Destroying Your Love Life?
You begin interacting with the thoughts in your head rather than with the person in front of you.
When asked, many guys will say they don’t know why they were suddenly turned off…they just were. Is it really out of the blue without cause or provocation? The reason it’s so hard to pinpoint and articulate is because it’s extremely subtle.
During the first few dates with a new guy, your vibe is typically pretty laid-back and easygoing.
Maybe it’s reassurance or validation, or maybe just more of the feeling of being OK.
Guys don’t know exactly what it is, but suddenly their instincts are telling them to get away.
Either you notice that he starts to pull away and seems less engaged (commonly known as “the fade away”), or he just vanishes (a phenomenon known as “ghosting”). When a girl loses interest in a guy after a few dates, she can usually pinpoint the reason.
Maybe he was too desperate, not intellectually stimulating, too quiet, too loud, too boring, too boisterous–she usually knows exactly what it is that turned her off and can give a reason as to why she doesn’t want to continue dating him if asked. A guy can go on a few amazing dates with a girl and find himself suddenly and inexplicably put off by her.
They think of where the relationship might go and they start to invest in a fantasy future. You become attached to this fantasy future and then you can’t help but stress over it and worry about losing it (even though it’s not something you ever really had! Then your fears and insecurities rise to the surface and seep into your interactions with him.
The chemistry is strong, you connect, you have fun. Now you start to get really excited…could this be it?
Maybe you hang out a few more times, but then something changes. Here is why this situation is so confusing for most women.
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