When a guy really likes you, it’s usually pretty obvious. The uncertainty usually runs rampant if a guy seems to fall somewhere in between.
He disappears for days at a time and then texts you the sweetest message you’ve ever received.
If you're particularly fond of doing this, read the old classic He's Just Not That Into You from cover to cover - it deals with just about any excuse women come up with to explain why he didn't call, send flowers or behave like a nice person.
Normally it is easy enough to tell if a guy likes you because they ask you out, want your number or try to attract your attention.
You see, a guy can be somewhat interested, but not into it.
Instead of seeing it for what it is, women make up excuses and justifications to rationalize the bad behavior away.
A guy who is uncommitted will take the path of least resistance when it comes to planning dates.
He doesn't call when he's supposed to, he flirts with other women, I hardly see him and when I do he seems distracted and not that interested. If their parents have just split, they've just lost a job or at the tail end of a painful relationship split up, they're understandably going to be a bit all over the place or nervous about committing.
I've seen the signs a million times, but just to confirm my suspicions, I asked an actual guy named Mike what he tends to do when he doesn't plan to end up in a relationship with someone he's dating. He texts instead of calls, or he texts more often than he calls.
When a guy likes a girl, he wants to hear her voice.
When it comes to online dating things are different mainly because it is common for people to be dating a few people at the same time.
A guy may get along well with women online but not necessarily feel attracted to them in real life.
He says he really cares about you, but doesn’t really act like it.