I've heard and read this is true and it definitely seems to be. I'm not like that and I can't really act that way. If I like someone or someone is interesting to me, I want to know more about them. I want to talk, get to know them, and take a genuine interest in their thoughts and ideas. I'm naturally curious and if something interests me, I want to learn about it. I'm this way with ideas, objects, anything really including women. Why does this end up almost always failing? It seems it's a common thing for women to say they want one thing but actually want another. Why? It doesn't make sense to me. Am I just another confused guy? Help me!!
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I think it depends on the woman but for me, it's definitely not true. My boyfriend won me over because he showed interest, actively reached out to me, wanted to know more about me, and was genuine in his approach and interactions with me. He was very straightforward and made it clear that he liked me and wanted to pursue a relationship, which I really liked. It made me want to get to know him on a deeper level too.
If someone acted indifferent towards me then I would assume they weren't interested and it probably wouldn't lead anywhere. I can't speak for other women though, so I'm not sure how others would react to indifference.9
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