Guy loses interest dating
The problem is women like the chase, or rather, they like a man who needs to be chased.
We expect romance, wining and dining, an atmosphere of mystery and a certain degree of pampering.Research with men and women in the early stages of dating relationships has shown that women typically consider themselves to be "in a relationship" by the time the third date rolls around.In contrast, men do not consider themselves to be “in a relationship” until several months of exclusive dating have occurred.Leave her a love poem, bring her a single red rose, take her hand in the street.Do something every day that keeps her guessing and wanting more.When you first become involved with someone, you can’t get enough of each other and it’s all you can do to keep your hands to yourself.
There aren’t enough hours in the day to satisfy your desire to gaze longingly at each other, talking about absolutely nothing.
The answer comes down to deep emotional attraction.
In all likelihood, he was not lying when he said he wasn't ready for a commitment.
What you felt in the early stages was infatuation, fondness and lust, but it wasn’t love. We have a tendency to think love will feel wonderful all the time and never bring us grief.
We expect to float through life on a pink cloud once we find our soul mate, but the truth is that a lasting relationship is about far more than just feeling good.
In fact, unlike women, a man’s mode is that he is not ready for (or even looking for) a commitment. Men experience relationships for what they are here and now, in the present moment.