How many times have you ever gone on what seemed like a perfect date, you get home with butterflies in your stomach and can’t wait to call your girlfriends to tell them about the guy? Unfortunately, the next day you don’t hear from him- no call, no email and no message! Why didn’t he call back? Well ladies, I am sure this is a question you have asked yourself at some point. You start thinking maybe you did something wrong.
Let’s delve into the REAL reasons why he never called after your supposed perfect date.
You talked too much
Someone could have told you that men fall for assertive women but talking too much is not the assertiveness they are shooting for. Sometimes you talk more than the guy can process and that’s a complete turn off. Engage in the conversation but also learn to listen to the guy. Yapping too much gives the impression that you are not a handful.
You’re angry at men
Your past guy might have been a jerk but that doesn’t apply to every other guy you meet. Men can smell your anger towards the male species from afar. If that’s true, then why are you trying to get to into another relationship? This is a red flag and says how much baggage you are carrying from your previous relationships. He doesn’t want to be the one to solve your past issues or deal with your anti-male syndrome.
He is not into you and doesn’t want to hurt your feelings
Everyone has dating preferences. Remember when you went on a date and you couldn’t picture yourself dating the guy? The same applies to men. The good news is that there is always someone else who sees you as their perfect match. The best advice on this one is to let it go and hope the ideal guy finds his way to you. Don’t take it personally.
He thinks you aren’t into him
This is a strange one but happens quite often: men are usually not the best mind readers. He probably thought you aren’t into him. If you didn’t show any signs of attraction towards him, chances are that he will assume rejection. Texting or talking on phone unapologetically or simply not engaging in a conversation during your date clearly sends hints that you are not interested. In order to save time for both of you, he decides to vanish. If you like the guy,at least show some interest, playing hard to get could be your thing but mix it up with a bit of flirting. Let him know that he stands a chance to bag you.
Dwell too much on financial matters
I know how a sense of security is important to you ladies but over emphasizing on questions related to his finances during your date is a wrong move. It’s simply a first date and you definitely don’t want to appear like a gold digger. If he is looking for a fling, you might get away with such blunders but if a life partner is his priority then he will avoid you like the plague.