This has happened to me several times: a guy will pursue me strongly at first. He'll set up two or three dates for the first week, two for the second week, and maybe one the next week, by which point he's usually decided he's not interested.
I don't get it. How can you be so into someone when you barely know them? Even when I've been head over heels for a guy after a first date, I don't like to rush into things with him - I want some time to step back, think about it, and ask for a second date the next week.
Can someone clue me in to the guy's thought process here? I keep getting my hopes up with guys because they'll send me these signals, only for it all to go bust a few weeks later.
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That's how American or western dating is set up. Men mostly pursue women, often without knowing anything besides how the women looks. The effort can be seen as serious interest and I bet can feel very flattering, but they're usually just trying to get to know you. They probably realized they aren't interested or they may have mostly wanted sex.1
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