why are men so confusing?
lets say hyperthetically.......you and this guy are into each other. and he says all the right things, and he is very differ 4rm the rest. he looks like a church nerdy good sexy cute guy. he's single you guys text everyday...but he always busy....what does that mean? he says he misses you, but seem to busy to even see you? ughhh!
Really good question, women are wired differently to men, that's for sure. Body language is always a good clue, does he pay you real attention. Look into your eyes attentively.
Some may suggest that he has another person in his life. However, take a look at what he does for a living. If he works from home, online then, chances are he is REALLY busy.
Then Again, It could be that he doesn't want to seem too eager for fear of scaring you off. Ultimately, ask him about it. Just tell him you really like him but is there something that he's afraid of in your relationship.
Until he does talk to you, everything is nothing more than guess work. And, if he doesn't talk to you about it or makes up some lame excuse, kick him to the curb and find the one that meets your needs.
Oh yes men are very complicated. Who understands them? He might be busy for several reasons. Try to ask him. But definitely you'll have to wait and see what really is. Good luck :-)
Women find men confusing because... well, they're not men, lol. The same could be said in reverse. How many times in my life I've found out (after the fact) a woman I was "hot" for but let it go because she never seemed interested... just to find out (after it was too late for one reason or another) she actually was.
So far as I've always thought, men were actually more simple than women, at least in that regard. If we're interested, we'll usually just say so, or at least try to make it obvious. Why do woman play the games they do and pretend like they're not interested if they actually are?
Seems we all send mixed signals in one form or another.... hard as it may be in the face of possible rejection, I would imagine blunt and honest conversation and communication would solve most problems for both sexes. Too bad our ego's prevent such a thing, lol.
To get a better understanding about men, I recommend you read the book, SEX MONEY KISS by Gene Simmons. It's like looking at men from a black and white point of view. I don't agree with everything Gene says, but it's a starting point for you. Good luck
a guy is walking down a beach and he finds a bottle. he rubs it and a genie pops out and says he gets 3 wishes. first he asks for money and poof a billion dollars appears at his feet. then he asks for perfect health and poof, he feels amazing. then he asks for a bridge joining hawaii to the U.S. the genie says that it would draw too much attention and people would freak out. he then asks the guy if there is anything else he wants. the guy says to the genie to make it so he can understand women and the genie says, will that be a 2 lane or a 4 lane bridge.
trust me miss, women confuse men probably more then men confuse women.
Take the hint. There is nothing confusing about it. Whatever interest he shows is the limit of his interest in you at this time. You can be sure that he is not too busy for what he wants. It is simply not you at the moment. Don't take it personally. It says something about him and his priorities and says nothing about you except that you're not one of them. What would you want to do, bind him head to foot and force him to be with you? Doesn't sound fun, does it? Only when someone wants to be with you of his own free will does it have any meaning. So get busy with your own priorities, feel great about yourself for being smart enough to understand, don't regret anything, and be glad you figured it out in time to save yourself a lot of futile concern and precious time where it's a waste of yourself. If anything, being your own person will make you more, not less, attractive-- to him or someone more compatible.
You're the one confusing yourself. If you tried to find out why he is so busy,you wouldn't be on here asking these questions. Sometimes us guys have a lot of work on our hands. It's not complicated.He tells you all the things you women want to hear,yet you want more? man HAHAH that's why I leave relationships to the professionals.Who knows,maybe you're the wait 2 years type and he got discouraged and a new female came in who isn't in the boring " long term method ".Maybe she sees something good right off the bat and implement what you're not trying making his attention to her a done deal.Funny ,but either way, this is not high school anymore;people have responsibilities.
They spend their time trying to mimic the mystifying behaviour of us women, they just haven't got it right yet!
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