When men pull away in dating

So, my brilliant readers, since you have strong opinions on all things pertaining to dating and relationships, I’d love to hear from you: Why do YOU think men pull away from women and committed relationships?

I know it’s a broad question, but I really want to hear what you have to say! I think men pull away from women and relationships because its just not ‘right’.

What you say is true and I do believe in your method, although maybe too late for the one I am or have been pining for lol…which I’m sure you would say, Read it again dummy you don’t get it! My story is that I met what I thought was an amazing guy and actually thought he could be the one…scary thoughts for me but I just bought everything that he was saying and believed him right away.

We were intimate pretty early on and things were moving fast but I really thought, Ok this is how it goes!

Everything is going along fantastically—at least, that’s what you think. Guys are way more complicated than anyone gives them credit for.

I’ve always known that this emotionally unavailable man would contact me over the last few months…and this time I don’t and that is what I’m coming to terms with.I’m still sifting through the hundreds of responses that you gave me on yesterday’s survey: In case you didn’t know, all I asked was this: What is the most important question you have about relationships that you’d like me to address in my new e Book? Next thing I knew, I was flooded with questions like this: I don’t understand the guys that come on super strong over the course of a couple weeks, and then, all of a sudden, say that they are “not ready for a relationship.” If my behavior hasn’t changed (e.g. It leaves you wondering what the hell happened, especially if you were excited about this guy given how much connection and great sex you had together. Notice when he talks about wanting to be “free” or “unattached”.Ideally, what would happen is you would have had THE “DEFINE THE RELATIONSHIP” CONVERSATION earlier. You can’t read someone’s mind, no matter how helpful that would be. Ask him what kind of life he sees himself doing in the next couple of years.

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