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FAMILY, LOVE AND RELATIONSHIP: Signs that He's Not Serious With You

Updated on September 15, 2016

Do You Feel He's Not Taking You seriously?

It could be because you're the one chasing him... Yes, instead of the other way around! I suggest to make him take you more seriously, you should learn how to play hard-to-get!

Has he ever made you believe that he really loves you? He always calls and sends text messages to you. He keeps telling you that you are his everything and he keeps on thinking of you. And then, you find out one day that he has another girl. He always reasoning out that he doesn't love her but you. But, he still keeps seeing that girl and you always accept him back. You think that there would come a time that he'd finally pick YOU.

After being fed up, you suddenly decide to leave him... but you don't have enough courage to do that because you still have feelings for him. You love him! It really hurts when a guy keeps telling you that he loves you but he's never really serious about it. It's such a mean trick to play!

There are many warning signals that a man doesn't take you seriously. And your ex-boyfriend gave a lot of them These are the signs he's not taking you seriously:

SIGN #1 - The very first sign is He can't handle long distance relationships. If he really, really loves you, the distance is not the hindrance to see you and be with you.

SIGN #2 - He never calls you back at the right time. It's ok if he is just busy at the moment but it's another thing when he doesn't answer your calls at all or haven't called you back for 1 week.

SIGN #3 - He doesn't do what he says. He told you so many times that he loves you and he cares for you, but he never really made you a priority in his life.

SIGN #4 - He doesn't consider your feelings. Did he ever think on how you would feel whenever he sees his new girl? That it hurts you so much whenever he says "I love you," but continuously disappoint you, right?

You should stop dwelling on the past and start thinking about the future. Should you NEVER accept him back?

Not really. You can. But, that's after he has sorted out everything especially his problems. For the meantime, just distance yourself from him. Go out with friends. Gather enough courage to say "NO" when he asks you back. No phone calls. No text messaging.

Hope it can help you think twice to be with the man you desire. It is the man's job to chase you, court and keep you. If you reversed it, he will not take you seriously. Don't do it!

Share this with your friends to inform them. Good luck!


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    • bujoy83 profile imageAUTHOR

      Robelyn Yambao 

      5 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you, I agree :)

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      Maria Magdalena Ruiz O'Farrill 

      5 years ago from Borikén the great land of the valiant and noble Lord

      Very good message to all these girls out there somewhere thinking that love is about a feeling they have. A relation is a two way commitment. Voted up and sharing. I have seen this same advice over and! when will we learn to know that we do not need a man...we do need a person that really loves us and that is mature to know how to treat us and that is a real man, not a fake one. Ohhh I am sorry this theme just fires me up!


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