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Posted on Thu, Jun 06, 2013 08:44

Here are a series of questions for women to ask themselves.  It was gleaned from books and articles to determine if a guy is into you or not.  Be honest with yourself and your answers.

1. Does he take a long time to text or email you back?
2. Is he physically and emotionally distant?
3. Does he spend quality time with you (not just sex)?
4. Does he fail to show public display of affection?
5. Does he find excuses not to see you?
6. Is his ex a little too much a part of his conversation?
7. Are talks about "relationships" non-existent?
8. Are you stuck on an endless text, email, or phone cycle without a date or the dates are few and far between?
9. Does he only want to make you his therapist to dump his problems?
10. Does his behavior come off more self-centered than other-centered?
11. Do you feel disrespected by him?
12. Would you say he is afraid of commitment?
13. Have you noticed you haven't regularly met his friend and family?
14. Does he not call you back or text you the same day (or in a timely manner)?
15.  Generally, does he forget dates and events important to you?
16.  Have you gotten the silent treatment?

If you can answer 50% or more of the questions YES, there is a good sign he just isn't into you.

Sources: Psychology Today; He's Just Not That Into You by Greg Behrednt and Liz Tuccillo; Signs that Say He's Just Not into You by Zuri Eberhart.



**My top strength is"learning." So, my blogs are learning-focused. ~Orlando

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Posted on Sun, Jun 09, 2013 19:22

Quoting rmac22:

Yep, a real risk.

 

RMac


If she tempers it with a little feminity, which I don't think would be a problem for her, I think she'll be just fine.

 

 

 

Thinking/dating like a man whilst acting like the true feminine woman that we are is way better than dating emotionally. Women tend to invest too much [emotionally or otherwise] too soon, whilst men take it slower, are more business-like, analytical and non-emotionally invested in a date until much later even though they may outwardly flirt, tease and seduce the woman. If women can play it cool but interested, enjoy the tease and the flirting but reserve that emotional investment for the right time and the right one, it pays off better dividends. It's better and safer, if it doesn't work out, you can walk out with your dignity intact, and most importantly with your heart intact....well that's what I have found.

 

 

 

Liv.



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Posted on Sun, Jun 09, 2013 16:27

well am new to this and feel humiliated everytime i lod in so [they are just not into me] MY PICS ARE FROM CELLPHONE AND A LITTLE FUZZYneed to take some better ones because have never been rejected in person.but wow i thought it would be easy to meet people .and get back out there now that my daughter is a little older.thought this would be good for my self asteem .yikes



well im thinking dont worry jen you wont be alone for rest of life.everyone feeling discouraged today.the one for you.and the one for me is just yet to find we are there (+one)

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Posted on Sat, Jun 08, 2013 09:47

Quoting gabbi14:

It is infact the truth and if i already did not know so much about what you are saying at my age i would have to take it in to consideration.....I belive because i am so knowledgeable of these type of things i fail to have a relatinoship and It might just happen that the right person may come along one day and because I try my best to think like a man he will just pass me by



Yep, a real risk.

 

RMac



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Posted on Fri, Jun 07, 2013 22:13

Love this post! very informative.



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Posted on Fri, Jun 07, 2013 15:36

It is infact the truth and if i already did not know so much about what you are saying at my age i would have to take it in to consideration.....I belive because i am so knowledgeable of these type of things i fail to have a relatinoship and It might just happen that the right person may come along one day and because I try my best to think like a man he will just pass me by



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