I haven't been in a relationship, at all. I'm 24 now. It's not like I haven't had opportunity. I've been asked out. I've been outright told "I would have sex with you" and declined. It's not like I don't want a relationship, at least that's what I thought.
But I've noticed a pattern of always chasing unavailable women. I have no problem approaching new people, getting numbers from women, even getting a date. But from there it seems like that's where things go wrong.
I'm not sure what my deal is. Most recently there's this girl, fairly attractive, smart, real hard working, and absolutely into me. Like unquestionably into me. Yet I feel very strong hesitation. I don't know why I respond this way. Any ideas?
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You may enjoy the chase more than anything else. Or perhaps, (this is getting into deeper stuff), you don't think of yourself very highly. At least subconsciously. So if a woman is super into you, you assume she's of lower quality or not as great as the girl who isn't sure about you. Does this sound like it may be the case?0