Men with no interest in dating
Whereas he was previously texting her throughout the day and feeling a strong desire to see her…he now has no desire to contact her whatsoever.
This can be as baffling for guys as it is for girls.
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.
Two friends have recently tried to set me up with boys and I just don’t really seem to feel anything.
When I try to explain to my friends that I’m only starting to get used to even talking to boys and haven’t yet gotten to the “looking at boys” stage most girls hit around fifteen, they pretty much tell me that it’s about time I did, as if it’s like flipping a switch or something.
There was no major event that led to my decision to stop dating; rather, it was a long process that only grew as the experiences began to tally up.
I eventually stopped to think, and along the way, I had an epiphany: Dating was more trouble than it was worth.
Anyway, my friend is trying to set me up with a guy who is apparently “really into me.” As far as I know, he’s intelligent, a good conversationalist, and a nice guy.
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It’s only now, after I’ve left college and started working, that I started learning social skills and how to talk to people.
I told them I had no particular standards and just desired someone who would make me happy and who I would make happy in return. I had interesting encounters in the dating field that began to make me question the whole process and its intended purpose.
Dating started off as a hopeful adventure than began to deteriorate the more I pursed it, which eventually caused me to stop.