So do you think if a guy likes a girl he’ll make it obvious?
@βιυεsκγs Usually if a guy likes a girl, he uses words.
The guy could just communicate and say “I don’t like you in the way you think I like you. Would you like to bone or should I find a different girl.” Boom. Done
@hsshannah96 you probably jus havnt asked him... your "mixed feelings" your getting is probably cos your tryna read the same "hints" "clues" or "body language" that girls use to get across. But guys don't do that shit.. we don't speak with hints.. that's why you're unable to read him and unable to tell if he likes you or not... Giving hints is stuopid to us.. jus get some balls and ask if he likes you or not.. guys always give a honest answer to that trust me
We don't send signals that's why you're signals and unclear and being confused. We send messages with out words
Men... dont do things that can be confused as signs of interest. Stop being dumb asses
I agree. We make assumptions based on what is probable. Most men are cynical about how much others actually appreciate them too. So we dont get attached.
This comment has merit, but i disagree with being a know it all because in some of my experience, women are not always forthcoming in their feelings or intentions, which causes men to act based on observation. I've encountered only a few women who make their feelings a complete mystery and will actively avoid attempted inquiry. So yes, we may often assume what a woman is feeling based on our observations as being the only source of evidence
Agreed and that's a big problem as women never really say what they want either because they really don't know. They just think they do. Or they think they do then they change their mind after they get it.
No idea mate.Dating is a minefield and these days I don't think anyone wants a relationship. Not really. Coz people are never satisfied!
You know what I'll fully admit I didn't really when I was younger. I said I did. And I thought I did. But I didn't understand that relationships don't just happen ( not if they're worth anything anyhow if you ask me). When someone gives you their love, their heart, their trust. That's a big responsibility. Because whether a person is interested or not they have to remember the one who's given their heart doesn't have to do it. If I don't have feelings for a woman I don't want to hurt her. If I do have feelings I'm terrified that we'll fail in some way. That one day she'll wake up a say "yeah, what was I thinking... I don't love this guy" even if I'd given the relationship I possibly could. I think you're right people are never satisfied. But a lot of times it's not because they don't want something deep and meaningful. But because they're afraid to give that much of themselves knowing that most the time it won't be returned. This reminds me of a line from the movie "fireproof". The son was having trouble with his marriage and talked to his father and his father talked about his marriage to his mother and the father said "I've made a decision to love your mother whether she deserves it or not". Because that's what you do when you've made a commitment to someone. But people seldom are wired that way. They never want to give more than they're going to get back. I'll admit I'm guilty of this. I also realize I need to rid myself of that fear.
That's a shame. I used to love unconditionally until I realised that love only caused me pain.Now at nearly 31 my only friend is my mum.
I always like to say I know what a successful relationship looks like because I have 4 sisters all married. All still married. And their lengths range from 16 to 35 years. And I know they're not perfect I hear my sister's complain to me about their husband's. And I hear their husband's complain about their wives. But I never see them undercut each other (never). They're always working towards the betterment of their relationship. My youngest sister's kids have just left the nest. And she has seen a lot of her friends get divorced after the kids left home. Which is understandable. You spend 18 or more years raising kids and all of a sudden they're just gone you have to form a new identity. But anyways she said she was determined that wasn't going to them. So now that they have a lot of freedom. She tries to fill it with them doing things as a couple they couldn't do when they were young and had kids and she believes that'll bring them closer together. It's a hypothesis. Problem is I talk to my brother in law. And he tells me they've got all these commitments. The house the bills etc. That when he comes home he's tired and wants to rest. And he does all these things my sister wants to do on minimal sleep just to make her happy. I guess what I'm saying is this is a prime example of 2 people who love each other. Who want the best for each other. But don't even realize how they're hurting their partner. This is my proof that loves isn't enough just to have success in a relationship. Because I know they still adore each other. (by the way they've been married 28 years.)
I would have done anything for my ex partner. But the moment he started to insult me, put my mental and physical health at risk, and attempt to bully and intimidate me into doing things I didn't want to he had to go.I've had people come into my life that are just plain racist and they don't see it, they judge my choices to date outside my race, they think I need to be doing this and that with my life. But what about what I want? What about what makes me happy?I have no problem letting people be, but for some bizarre reason that doesn't come back to me. So I am like the totes husbands but I don't get the reward of a long and happy whatever I just get perpetual abuse!I'm not moaning I see it, I stand up for myself, if nothing changes I'm out. We're not put on this earth to be someone's punching bag!
I don't know why people care about mixed race relationships. I mean we're all human. It's just different amounts of melanin when you come right down to it. But I do find it interesting that you say he verbally abused you and whatnot. At least you didn't let it scar you against all people of his race.
I'm happy to be friendly with whoever but letting people get close intimately probably not again. I made a mistake reconnecting with someone and he basically just used me then dropped me. I don't know what I was expecting but this certainly wasn't it. No response from him after his long text apologising for various things that occurred between us in our relationship.
I totally agree with that. I wish more women thought that way. If someone wants to be with you forever why the frigging rush!
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Actually I thought about this again, and the reason why we give "mixed signals" is because we don't use signals.. we don't tell with our body language or hints whether we like you or not... Girls do thatSo it's literally impossible to tell if a guy likes you or not jus by looking at his body language or trying to read "signals"Only he knows in his head whether he likes you or not, so if you want a answer jus ask himAlso another reason we tend not to show "signs" or "signals" that we like a girl with how we act.. is to avoid rejection.. a lot of girls have high standards and lucky, usually only want perfect men with muscles and nice cars.. so if we go around showing we fancey all the girls we do with our "signals" we would be brutally rejected all the time and it would be pointless even showing any girls these signals... That's why we act robotic and show no signals
Picky* not lucky
Also because signals can be read wrong that is why we don't give them. Giving signals makes things unclear that's why girls are hard to read. Girls don't give a straight answer if you ask them. So guys are easier to read
I like the way you do things 😪
True when I liked a girl unless she was stupid it was easy to tell I liked her and I didn’t hide it either bc I didn’t really care, lol
Thanks a lot for at least understanding this...
Yep I met some guys like that. What junk
This always amuses me how women feel that guys risk NOTHING in the dating process. You can't EXPECT a guy to commit to you if you show little to no commitment to him. That's one of the biggest problems I run into. A woman may show interest in me but 3 or 4 others guys as well. I may like her but I'm not going to show any real interest in her if I'm 1 of 3 or 4. Would women be any different? No.
Why do you asume she’s dating multiple men? Lmao.
Who said dating?