If the date feels like a hook-up, that’s probably what he’s seeking.
To be sure you don’t give the wrong impression, “set a date for the future, and make it the right time of day and place so the intention of getting to know each other is there in the beginning,” recommends Ian Kerner, Ph.
I asked him to hang out one weekend, and he said he was busy but didn’t initiate another hangout.
I took the hint and drifted off, figuring he just wasn't ready to commit.
While this guy was extreme, try not to be so hard on others with selfies or one odd photo—they might have potential, she adds.
After that, all communication from him died.” -Allison G., 26Expert take: Social media can create transparency and a false sense of familiarity, Kerner says.
I asked him for a picture, and he sent me a video clip of him as a police officer where two of his friends shocked him with a taser gun because they thought it was funny. ” -Amy W., 39Expert take: Men and women find different things attractive and look for different things in profiles.
“He probably thought the video was cool, that he looked like a tough guy, and that Amy would see it the same way,” Davis says.
Fast forward a few months, and the family friend let it slip that the guy was just dumped by a girl he’d been dating for months.
He must have been dating her right when he got quiet with me.” -Chrissy O., 29Expert take: Many guys are okay with dates and sex, but when it comes to weekends away or spending time with other couples, those that have a fear of intimacy can act weird.
D., co-author of Her take: “The first guy I dated when I moved to New York let me take care of him, which I thought would lead to a relationship.