He asks you out to dinner and you have a wonderful time. You meet a great guy online, and hit it off right away.You could assume and speculate all day long, but I think it’s so much better to just move on to the next romantic adventure.Chances are it may have absolutely nothing to do with you (and even if it does, don’t sweat it). I know he's ok because we're facebook friends and he updates his status...So you met this amazing guy and the two of you seem to have really hit it off. You guys spend hours on the phone laughing and learning more about each other.Days, weeks and maybe even months have gone by without you receiving so much as a “Good Morning” text from him and for the life of you, you can’t seem to figure out what went wrong.This is just one of the many casualties that comes along with playing the dating game. No one wants to feel “played” or rejected, but it’s how you carry yourself in situations such as this one that determines whether or not you’ll come out on top.
You start to make excuses for his silence-maybe he’s traveling for business, or perhaps he is sick and can’t call.
I’m not sure if the answer is “he’s not that into me”. I suggest that in the future, if you want a man to respect and value you, make sure you convey your value from the very start of a relationship.
There can be so many possible answers to that question. If you don’t want to be a last minute option, don’t be available at the last minute.
There are a million and one possible reasons why a man stops calling a woman that he’s seeing.
If he was too cowardly to communicate our ending in the first place, no declaration of hurt or resentment will suddenly change his mind or his manners.2.
After five or so days pass though, the unsettling reality begins to set in. Why Men Disappear The first thing to understand about why men disappear is that there is no rhyme or reason to their behavior.