Deciphering mixed dating signals

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Distance makes the heart grow fonder, so get out of his way for a while, but make sure he knows you do want to spend more time with him - a Facebook message or an SMS will do.

Look at things from his perspective - maybe he just got a very demanding job that requires a lot of his time.

Maybe there's a brand new game out, one he's been waiting for a while to get his hands on.

Well, if you want to figure out how to read a guy's mixed signals, first thing you need to do is look at things from his perspective and remember that we are all different, even when we want to be close to someone.

I've got examples of some of the most common reasons as to why would a guy send mixed signals and how he looks at it, plus a bit about what you can do in a situation like that. We've all been there - we have spent a lot of time with someone we like, but he stopped calling back for a few days, or he seems like he has lost interest all of a sudden, or he adamantly refuses to be called a boyfriend and come meet the family.

You need to remember that guy doing this to you hasn't lost his mind or anything like that; it's just that you can't figure out the motivation behind his actions, which is why they seem alien and strange to you.

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