Quite frankly, if you have to ask yourself, "Does he like me? Men make their intentions clear one way or the other.We just choose to ignore the signs some of the time.You will be there when he wants, and he can ignore you when he doesn't. He has ambitions and things to check off his to-do list, and so for now, you are another perfect girl who came along at an imperfect time.
In fact, before trying to figure out how to handle the situation, you should try to understand the reason for the shift.
For the record, it's one of these five: In a relationship, you are either an option or a priority.
At some point, most women have dated a man who runs hot and cold. He's messaging every day, he wants to see you all the time and he wants to take you out to places you've never been before. More time passes, and the silence makes you paranoid. It is the 21st century, after all, and we are modern, self-sufficient women who can message first.
Then, without any warning, there is a "shift," and he pulls back. He replies, but in a manner that isn't conversational or playful.
The sad reality is that you can’t bring joy and meaning to someone else’s life.
You can enhance their life for sure but the rescue mission usually ends badly. He’s stuck in the past In order for a man to be into you he needs to be present and available.
The problem with making yourself too "available" when he's playing hot and pretending not to notice when he's playing cold is, you've made it clear you're going to be sticking around no matter what.
Unfortunately, this means he feels confident continuing this behavior because he knows there won't be any consequences.
The main issue with dating a man like this isn't so much the man himself, but how poorly we handle the shift (understandably so, I might add).
The problem with not being exclusive is that when a man does go cold, there is always the crippling fear this will be the end.
He’s not ready for a relationship If a man you’re dating tells you he isn’t ready for a relationship (with you) believe him.