She was talented and creative—her paintings, which were quite beautiful, were all over her apartment. Her photos, which were also beautiful, had become her only creative outlet…[she had] a sense of disappointment that she didn't continue with it, and had instead chosen a very comfortable and lucrative job in retail.Perhaps if we had become closer beforehand, I would have felt more compelled to push [her], but instead I couldn't get that sullen image out of my head, and I eventually moved on." Instead of breaking up with her directly, Freddie just kind of…vanished."I didn't want to say, stop texting me, I don't want to see you anymore,'" he says.Once you’ve read our reasons, add your own thoughts in the comments section.Reason 1 They’re not really interested, but they’re too immature to be honest.And don’t just enjoy dating, but enjoy life – the more you emit the positive vibe of loving life, the easier you will find it to attract the people you want in your life. You might be thinking, ‘well, surely I can call him? But, by coming across as confident and relaxed, he may just find it very attractive that you’ve taken the initiative. How can you turn an awkward first date with the man of your dreams into the relationship you’ve dreamed of?
Ask yourself though, is this really the kind of man you’d want to start a relationship with? Essentially this is the same situation as reason 1, but this guy isn’t immature, he’s a coward instead. Simply, it’s that none of them have anything to do with your worth as a woman."I eventually stopped responding to her text messages because there was this sadness about her," he says."It was it was evident in the way she had become resigned to her current professional situation.He promised me things that felt too-much-too-soon but also kind of wonderful—that he'd bring me and coffee every morning, that we'd go away the next weekend together, that he would get me a plane ticket to meet him in Europe while he was away on business. "I don't want to rush into anything and regret it." "Don't worry," he responded. If I didn't, I'd be mysteriously gone." I wanted to believe it all. I left his apartment excited at the prospect of what we had started.But then a whole day had passed—the longest we had gone without any interaction since we started dating. "He is totally into you." But then another day passed. "I often hear clients beg for an explanation of why someone would do this. But for some, there is a struggle between what they believe is right and how they behave."Logically, I get it—but that still doesn't make it right.When Bill* and I first started dating, I had no doubt he was interested in me.