If you had an excellent first, but your date refused a second date or, worse, just ghosted you, it’s likely due to one of these 12 reasons.
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Caught up in the Moment
A woman may seem into a guy because she is caught up in the moment, only to change her mind later after she’s processed and carefully considered her feelings.
Figured Out There Are Better Options
Other women will drop a guy if more men are interested in them. They weigh and compare who has the best prospects, leaving a trail of disappointed guys who didn’t match their ideals.
A user explains, “The more options someone has, the less likely they are to commit. Unless you’re truly exceptional, it’s not worth it with someone who gets a lot of attention.”
A Recovering People Pleaser
Meanwhile, some ladies feel obligated to ensure the guys who take them to date are happy. So, they may go as far as fake they are having fun, including romantically making out with them, then withdraw their attention after the date.
Some ladies declare disinterest after ruminating about the date and discover they may have missed incompatibility issues when caught up in the moment.
One lady shared she realized she didn’t have long-term prospects with a guy, even though they had amazing chemistry. After finishing his studies, the guy intended to return to his home country (China), and the lady did not intend to move or learn his dialect. So, she ended the relationship before it got too deep.
None of the Dates Have Gone as Well as You Think
Also, some men overestimate the success of their date, whereas the ladies in play feel the opposite. So when the women express disinterest, men assume they aren’t interested in dating.
A Lot of People Are Dating in Bad Faith
Additionally, many men have hidden agendas while dating, which frustrates women.
Entire Focus Was on Finding Love
Women also lose interest in dating when they discover their potential partner isn’t focused on building a strong relationship. One lady explains she dropped a guy because he solely focused on his career while she focused on finding love.
Potentially Found a Red Flag
Also, women don’t push a relationship further if they notice a potential red flag. One lady says her date asked her to drop a conversation about working with her ex, even though they didn’t socialize at the office. The guy assumed she was chained to him despite her attempts to explain she worked remotely, whereas her ex worked out of state. So, she declined his invitation for a second date.
Processes Things Slowly
Meanwhile, some women review the date’s events slowly, which drives them to a different conclusion from the one they made immediately after a date.
Other ladies lose interest in bad kissers or those who are overly aggressive. A lady mentions she was disappointed with a guy’s sloppy and disgusting kissing who nearly ate her face off. Since she didn’t wasn’t to hurt his feelings by saying he kissed grossly, she turned him down politely.
Not That Into You
Also, some women lose interest in a guy they don’t feel a connection with. A poster writes, “Just because someone makes out with you doesn’t necessarily mean they’re into you and having the feels.”
Not Enough Sparks
“Sometimes you kiss someone, and the sparks aren’t wild, but it’s fun and good at the moment. The connection feels nice. Kissing is fun. You go along because it’s nice. But you can’t build a relationship off of ‘nice’ if there weren’t really any sparks,” explains a lady.
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