Dating and flirting

Do you think she’s finally ready to move on from Tyga for good?

Telling someone you’re not interested should be enough, but unfortunately most men have been conditioned to think that the more they try, the higher the chances you’ll say yes. When you spend most of your time at work, it’s tempting to use your workplace as a dating pool, but it can also lead to plenty of problems.

We think about it, maybe even obsess over it, we put our heart on the line, we invest ourselves. it’s that palpable shift that you can’t quite put your finger on, it just hangs in the air sending waves of panic throughout your being. that your insecurities and fears are acting up, and things go back to business as usual.

They say advice is what you ask for when you already know the answer, but wish you didn’t, and I most certainly agree!

Maybe you hang out a few more times, but then something changes. [Click here to keep reading…] Few things are as frightening or nerve-wracking as a man needing space.

If you’re shy, the fact that you’re separated by a computer screen might not make such a difference.

You’ll still find yourself frozen in front of a cute girl.

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”). Maybe he comes right out and tells you he needs some space, or maybe you notice he’s backing away …

you haven’t seen him in a while, his texts or calls are shorter and less frequent, and you can just feel it in your gut that something is amiss.