Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. If they did, you would be fvcking a different woman twice a week. Like right now, I've been talking to this dude for 3 months. In other words, I wouldn't lose sleep if I can't date a woman with a such a maturity level.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... He asked me if I was interested in him, and if I planned on us visiting each other, and told me that he wanted to continue our conversations. Most women have a hard time grasping this but from a guys point of view (as it has been pointed out already in this thread) it is a numbers game.
I've opened up conversations with woman, several conversations with women have been very informative and encouraging. Because they are not sure of your tactics, because they think that you are a player, and idiot, an nice guy, a pushy guy, a great guy that will not give them the time of day. But all of a sudden, this dude stopped messaging me. The only thing I can gather from that is: He's just not that into me. I still try not to judge all guys because of what a few guys do. If you do the run of the mill "hey", "how are you", "how was your Friday", etc etc. If you are different you will get a response and it peaks curiosity for more!
When I was a practicing therapist working with women moving on from a relationship and getting ready to date again, I would encourage them to be a little less available than they had been in their last relationship.
Women, inevitably, would say to me, "I don't want to play games.
Those private moments have given me a unique window into understanding the different types of dating games men play and their underlying motivation for playing.
Who hasn’t fallen for that grand opening dating game, where they lure us with intoxicating conversations, funny dates, a perfect little heart necklace, delicious kisses and more? Fortunately, I’ve logged many therapy hours listening to men as they’ve opened up and explored their deepest needs and fears.