When is it time to end a dating relationship
If you aggressively pursue him then you run the risk of never seeing all sides of him. You are worth the effort it takes, and is required to date someone.
You’re also telling him that you don’t trust he can, or will pursue you of his own accord. It takes patience to let a man to date you the way feels comfortable with, and some women just don’t have the patience to do it.
You can flirt with him, ask for his number, and even plan and pay for the date. Essentially, you can do what you feel will make you feel good. When you meet a guy that you think is great and you want to be in a serious relationship with him, but he’s dropping the ball it’s not your job to take the reigns.
When you meet a guy that you like but he’s not moving the relationship forward by calling, texting, or planning future dates, it’s natural to wonder, “What should I do?
I know it’s exciting to like someone but you have to be patient in the process, and don’t feel like you have to make it happen. Don’t be so quick to assume that if this guy really liked you he would lock it down.
If you’re dating a man who isn’t calling you, or texting you, or trying to advance the relationship then you’re not dating the right guy.
But before you jump into action, assess what his level of interest is. Often, a man is making it crystal clear that he doesn’t want a relationship.There is no amount of pursuit that you can offer, that will get a man into a relationship who doesn’t want to be in one.Taking action seems more appealing than lying wait but why would you want to work that hard to get a man?To start, pursue doesn’t mean sit idly by and wait for the man to do all of the work.It also doesn’t mean waste time waiting for him to decide that you’re committing to.