Here are some signs that maybe he/she is just not interested: Healthy relationships are made up of two people deliberately and willingly giving of their time, their emotions, their commitment, and their energy.If you’re dealing with a relationship in which you’re not getting those four things, you’re selling yourself short and it’s time to walk away before you get hurt.
“If you find yourself consistently having to prove yourself, jumping through hoops and overcoming obstacles to be with her, then chances are she's not your gal.” Ask yourself: are you always the one calling and texting her? When she is really invested in a relationship and wants to be with you, she will reach out, too, Fleming says. What about negative things in her life—the things that really make her more vulnerable or maybe even not look her best?
Let her know it makes you feel good when she asks to see you, and you would like her to do so more often. If she feels connected to you emotionally, she’s going to want to talk about more than what each of you did that day, says Donald L. If she’s not sharing that—or trying to get that sort of stuff out of you, it’s a strong indication that she doesn’t want the relationship to get serious.
“Traditionally, women have felt that guys were the ones not willing to commit.
But now, more and more women are trying to keep their options open.
She’s also the creator of this True Love Dates Blog, where she writes candidly about dating, relationships, and how to find true love! Why do Christians tend to be so passive when it comes to relationships?
Join hundreds of other singles and take a course that will teach you the top lessons I’ve learned in my career as a Relationship Counselor, and totally change your love-life in 21 Days!For all of the talk out there about womanly intuition, men still know when something feels right—and when it doesn’t.So ask yourself, how do you feel in the relationship?I can guarantee you’re not the only one who has thought through these questions, because I hear from hundreds of thousands of Christian Millennials from across the country and globe.If there was ever such a thing as a “vague” culture – we’re living in it.But either way, instead of being direct, we live in a culture that tends to be indirect, hoping that the other party will get it somewhere along the way.