It’s only recently, after watching many Matthew Hussey videos, talking to Petra Kreatschman and another relationship coach, that I’ve realised what the root of the problem may be.
If you’re a successful, confident woman then here is my theory about what may have happened.
You see, when he is just wondering how he feels about you (which EVERYONE should ponder at some point) and you are a step away from boiling rabbits, he can quickly form an unfavorable opinion! She used to be so cool and now she is like a stalker! Click the button below so we can make a proactive plan of action! Don’t miss another post…If you haven’t already, subscribe now!
” “Do I want to spend more time getting to know him? Use the time to really put this relationship in perspective. Now let’s answer that other pesky question: Is it a pull back or is he really not into me? Remember: it’s important to have enough self respect to free yourself up so you can find what you are looking for. I know that YOU have the power to change anything and everything in your life from “what if”, “If only” and “Should”, to “I CAN! My role as a coach is to help you get what you want most!
Think about it – often meeting someone you like is much harder (and more pressured) than spending the evening with someone you’re not bothered about. And in the end, they decide that it’s not worth the hassle or the heartache to get involved.
Your date may have had a wonderful time, and told you so, but as soon as they’re alone in their flat the niggling doubts start. Why your date doesn’t just tell you this is a whole different story – and one you can probably figure out for yourself. A few years ago, this article would have been written solely about men, but these days we have to acknowledge that women are game players too.
What I mean is, two people have to agree to want to be in a relationship.It’s something many of us on the dating scene have encountered – the ideal first date, followed by…nothing. They’re punctual, take you to a great restaurant, you have sparkling conversation and then after saying goodnight, they disappear off the face of the earth. This is something that happens all too often it would seem, and the hardest part is that there’s apparently no reason.It’s much more understandable if the date goes badly, or if you simply don’t like them. If you don’t believe me, just try to explain it to your parents: ‘So, you just look at these people, you don’t talk to them? Then things all went a bit crazy: I ended up being given a last-minute holiday to Iceland for free with a plus one, so I invited him and we went away for four days. We met up, and it was good – he was smart, a bit awkward, but sweet and I ended up sleeping with him on the first date. Hissing at your laptop screen every time you see that little tick and ‘Seen: 3.03pm’ next to your last message with no reply. We went on three dates and on the third we ended up sleeping together and I spent the whole weekend at his. It was strange, as before he had been almost over-the-top keen, so much so it was kind of off putting.