When after several dates, he finally worked up the courage to lean in and kiss me, I pulled away.About the Author: Kacy Zurkus Kacy Zurkus is a Mompreneur.Dear All The Single Ladies, you know how sometimes you're seeing a guy, and he's all about it, and it's going really well, and then all of a sudden he apparates off the face of the earth without a word and you're like, "What the sh*t?"Here, my League Of Extraordinary Mouth-Breathers (read: guy friends) will explain this phenomenon to you, much like they did the d*ck pic phenomenon of yore. A man will not be thinking 10 steps ahead; he will be concentrating on the next step. It may seem clear-cut to you: If the first conversation went well and the two of you appeared compatible, he should and will call. A man decides whether or not to call by weighing the positives and negatives.The good news is, the scale is tipped in favor of calling: If he got your phone number, then he received some encouragement.Explanations range from the ridiculous to the more ridiculous to the... Go on, boys:"My behavioral economics theory of early dating: From the male perspective, the early stages of dating can generally be reduced to one thing and one thing only: sex.Yes, it is nice to make emotional connections as well, but as far as the first several dates go, that is not the main thing on a guy's mind.
She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University, a Master’s in Education from the University of Massachusetts at Boston, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Regis College.
Men are often too focused on themselves or what they're doing to give one woman all the attention she requires (well…I like a lot of attention). "When it comes to men that are romantically interested in you, it's really simple: just ignore everything they say, and only pay attention to what they do.".
Remember Professor Randy "Last Lecture" Pausch's advice?
(Of course, I might have done something different if given the chance, but I will never say I wasn't enough.) If he doesn't call, that's his issue.
He didn't realize he had the whole package in front of him, ripe for the picking.