This could be the theme for every woman who has ever fallen for a guy and gotten her heart broken.So, when the guy who makes your heart skip a beat comes along, it is only natural you'll want to want to spend as much time as possible with him.He might come back, and he might not, but you need to give him space to make up his mind.He Might Be Dating Other People If you see him a few times in a week, then he disappears, then you see him a few times in a week – then he disappears again, it could well mean that he is dating other people.People in long-term, satisfying relationships tend to do the following (this advice is adapted from Montgomery, Cole and Bradac, Harvey and Omarzu, Aron and Aron, and Canary and Stafford’s work on Relational Maintenance): Slow, but Consistent – Relationships work the best when people go slow and take their time getting to know each other. It also helps to be consistently supportive and encouraging.Inconsistent behavior causes misunderstandings and uncertainty. Keep Things Upbeat – Relationships work the best when partners express a positive and upbeat attitude towards each other.Your date might have overwhelmed him, and so he might take a little time out to figure out his emotions.He Might Not Want to Give Up His Freedom Getting into a relationship means that you have to let go of some element of freedom within your life.
This is why I never want you to be the woman who bends over backward for a guy who isn't truly interested in bending a little for you in return. We often are last on our own priority list because we are so busy trying to take care of everyone else.He is your happy place where there is no stress, only good times and great memories.You are bearing the brunt of the world on your shoulders, but you still find time for him.Genuine displays of happiness and affection go a long way when trying to make a relationship work.By contrast, relationships fail when indifference, anger and negativity become the norm.