If you’ve tried to arrange a date, but it has been cancelled, the person playing hard to get will have a genuine reason for not showing up.
The uninterested person, if they have agreed to a date will not have a clear idea of when you can meet again in the future.
It’s actually possible that they will just stand you up and leave you waiting alone at the restaurant.
You know the ol’ “wait 3 days after the date to text” rule, right? Unfortunately, the reality is we lose control when we play by these rules because we end up sitting around wondering what the hell is going on?! And then comes the mind fuck: This is FREAKING EXHAUSTING! How much control can you possibly feel you have when you’re playing Russian Roulette with your trigger-happy, cynical, frustrated, negative mind games?? The truth is, it’s When we’re into a guy and he texts “Good Morning,” we swoon, we get butterflies, we tell our girlfriends in a squeally (a.k.a. But when a dude we’re NOT interested in texts “Good Morning,” we bitch, ignore it, feel imposed upon, and peer out our window looking for his stalker ass. If you texted every day prior, this sets a foundation; a test point if you will. Unfortunately, my generation and younger ones don’t seem to have as many of these gentleman available. up to the day of my lonely, cat-lady, old-age death.
We don’t know who created it or when, but it’s a universal truth; a biblical commandment; a 3-strikes you’re out law. What I’m referring to here is the texting pattern that was developed PRIOR to the first date. Someone who makes me feel he has things under control.
But the fact that they still give you some kind of encouraging signal suggests that you are the one they want to get “caught” by.
But if you find yourself in the situation of not knowing whether they will even answer your calls, then the chances are, you are not their type.
However, if someone is not interested, you should have noticed an extreme change in their behaviour.
Maybe initially they were approachable and keen, then after a while seem distant and unavailable.
You could end up missing out on the love of your life because neither of you was willing to admit your interest in the other.