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Reasons Why a Man Doesn’t Pursue

Women always need to know why a man isn’t pursuing her.

So here it is, take your pick!

If a man is not attracted to you ENOUGH, he will not pursue.

If a man is not interested in you ENOUGH, he will not pursue.

If his fear of rejection is too great, he will not pursue.

If his fear of commitment is too great, he will not pursue.

If his fear of having to work to attain you is too great, he will not pursue.

If his addiction to alcohol, drugs, or anything else is too great, he will not pursue.

If he is not available, i.e., he’s married, he will not pursue.

If he doesn’t have enough money to pay for dates, he will not pursue.

If he has some kind of physical or mental debilitation that prevents him from dating, he will not pursue.

If he is too overwhelmed with responsibilities (work, family, kids, exes, baby moms), he will not pursue.

OR

He knows you want him and thus doesn’t have to do anything to get your attention, win your heart, or obtain your company.

OR

You slept with him. You are no longer a trophy to be won. You were no challenge and are not worthy in his eyes.

OR

He just wants sex and you didn’t put out.

OR

You will never know and never find out, therefore, SHOULD NEVER CARE.

REALITY CHECK

  • No matter what he tells you, whether it’s the truth or a lie, you won’t feel good about it. So don’t ask.
  • If you pursue him or encourage him to pursue you so you can prove you’re desirable, you’d only prove you’re desperate — which is a turnoff and is asking to be treated badly.
  • When a man stops pursuing you or never started, nothing you can do can change his mind about chemistry. NOTHING.

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49 Comments
  1. sophisticated misses permalink

    hi everyone, i need help with an issue ive been having. i met this guy but he wasnt from the usa. when i met him, we went on one date while he was in the usa and then he left. we continued to communicate through emaill, skype, and pictures. because he ran a business in europe and couldnt travel often to the usa, we agreed that he would try to come back for the summer. if not, i would come there. well, he found out that it would be impossible for him to come. he was frustrated about it and said that our relationship wouldnt work because of distance and just wanted to be friends. we continued talking. when my birthday came around, i jokingly asked him to buy a gifted not knowing he would say yes, but he did. he seemed more excited than i was about it. initially, i only wanted a handbag and pair of shoes. he insisted i ask for more because he wouldnt be able to send gifts often, he said. i went to websites, screen shot all of what i wanted and sent it to him. he kept telling me if i wanted more to get. so i did. and before i knew it, i had sent him over 30 things all over $500. he was pissed and didnt respond for about a month because he thought i was trying to use him. finally he said would like to try again because really cared for me. then i didnt hear from him for about a month. this went back and forth more than twice. he finally told me it wouldnt work because he didnt trust me. i truely liked this guy and i wasnt trying to use him, im just guilty of being greedy. so my question is, was i wrong? was he wrong for leading me on? i feel like he should been more honest from start instead of wasting my time on him.

    • When he told you he couldn’t make it work, you should have believed him. So no, he did not lead you on. And he was just being generous in asking you what you wanted for gifts, and you went overboard. Next time, don’t be greedy, and don’t expect a guy to do something he already told you he cannot.

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      Hope to help you further!

  2. hello the One,

    its me again. secretly hated my bf evrytime i see he’s making some comments on the pictures of some of his girl friends on fb. sometimes he’s commenting on the pic of my pretty cousin. there is nothing wrong with his comments but i dont like it. as u say, men are biological scanners by nature, and sometimes i take comfort with this truth. but i feel a bit of range sometimes. its making me uncomfortable, is there something wrong with me?or with my bf? i want to trust him because we are in along distance relationship and fb is mostly our medium for constant communication. (he’s working out of country). nevertheless, he reassures me to just keep my faith in him evrytime he feels im getting distant and treating him coldly. i not wearing my heart at my sleeve anymore nd really maintains a samall doubt with evrything he says because im afraid what if he’ll change.

    he has a style of adding a lot of girls as friends in fb even though he dont know them personally, and im suspecting he’s chatting these girls somehow. –>a strong assumption. cAUse we knew eACH other the same way before we became gf/bf’s! im overanalizing my bf sometimes and its time consuming.. sometmes pressure myself to divert my attention to doing things and getting busy with just anything, except fb! sometimes fb is my source of range. i dont want to be suspicious or malicious or assuming .. what should i SIMPLY do? :(

    • Cathyap,

      Flirting with girls on Facebook is disrespectful to you. It may become an addiction for him. You have to decide if you want to always be irritated by this, because he may never quit. Either you accept this and try to be happy, or don’t accept it and leave him. Choose one!

      I sent you a payment link for the EGuide if you’re still interested.

      • sophisticated misses permalink

        Ok, and thank you one truth. You’re right, i should’ve believed him when ge said it wouldn’t work thw first. But he was the one that said lets try to make it work all the other times, not me! I just shouldn’t have been so gullible. But u were vwry helpful. Thank u!!!

  3. basketball permalink

    Hi the One.

    I went to play basket ball tonight with my friend just messing around at the local courts.

    The cutest guy i have EVER seen was there.

    He helped us get our ball back when it was stuck in the hoop. I’m really shy but managed to say thanks and smile.

    Then he kept trying to help us (which was so sweet) but because everyone was around I wasn’t too sure how to act (and we didn’t even know this person), so I didn’t really show much interest (although I thought he was the hottest thing ever).

    Eventually he sat down with his mates (near where we were) while we kept playing.

    He asked if we wanted to use his ball (so ours wouldn’t keep getting stuck in the hoop) which i politely declined and thanked him anyway.

    Then we left (it was slightly overwhelming to unexpectedly be faced with someone I was attracted to when i’d just planned to play basket ball).

    I feel like I lost the opportunity to develop something with possibly someone who might have been compatible.

    Anyway I guess I was just wondering if he had been interested, although i’m hopelessly shy, should he have tried harder, or is it my fault for not being more open: :(

    I just didn’t want to appear desperate.

  4. hi the One,

    may i ask how to turn down a suitor you don’t like/not your type gracefully. thank you :)

    • Hi Cathyap,

      Just say “Sorry, I’m really busy.” This won’t hurt his feelings as much.

      If he doesn’t give up, you’ll have to give him the truth: “Look, I don’t think this is going to work. I don’t see you that way. I wish you the best.” Hopefully that will be enough to make him realize he’s wasting his time.

      Good luck!

      Feel free to Get In-Depth Advice or Order EGuides Today.

  5. For your information. This Ryan idiot is copying the so called advise he is giving you from other peoples blogs who happens to be real relationship experts ( Counsellors ).

  6. Elizabeth permalink

    Hi The One!

    I want to tell you how AMAZING your blog is! Telling the truth and no bullshit like all the other websites! Thank you so much! I will be so happy if you could just tell me what to do….

    I have been very confused by a man. We met last June in a club and he approached me and we hooked up. He kept on saying that he would text me even when I told him not to lie because we both know how the hooking up game goes. Then he gave me a key telling me that he will collect it when he sees me for lunch in a few days. He did text me the other day which surprised me, and I started liking him, but on the day of the date he texted me hours later saying that he can’t make it and would like to see me later that day. I wasn’t available and he said he will see me when we are both back in hong Kong. I texted him when i was back and suggested subtly having a drink as it was his birthday and he said yes but never got back to me. then in a week, i saw him in a club and he was surprised and happy, and asked if i wanted to get out of the club. i said yes and went to say goodbye to my friends but he went away. Then I saw him again, we talked but suddenly a girl came and i left. Didnt see him until a month later in a club, and he approached me, inviting me to his table, even grabbing my sister to see if she recognized him. I rejected the drinks because i didn’t want to seem like an easy girl whose just after the drinks. Throughout the night he would talk to me. then we both came back to london (we are students), and i texted him a few times to ask about specific things that he could help me with, uni and parties, then last weekend i went out and was very drunk. I texted him and even called him, asking him to come out, but he said no because it was too cold and far. i called and asked why and whether or not he had a girlfriend and he said no. and then eventurally i went to his place. he gave me his address. and the night ended up with us just sleeping together on the bed. at one point i took my dress off and was naked next to him. but he didn’t touch me even once. and after a while, he looked at me and asked what i was thinking, and i told him that i like him, and i think its a bad thing because he is a guy i met in a club and i know he doesn’t like me. he asked when was the last time we saw each other…. and i told him to tell me to stop liking him. then i left in the morning. i texted to say sorry but his reply was lol dont worry.

    i don’t know why i like this stranger so much… it has been so long and i am really sad about it. i am really confused. please tell me what to do! i am so sorry for my long story but i would really appreciate your help! i know women should not do the chasing.. but i’m thinking of asking him out for a coffee or a meal because i feel really bad about that night. and i don’t want us to be in an awkward situation as we don’t talk to each other.

    THANK YOU SO MUCH!
    Elizabeth :)

    • Elizabeth,

      Thanks for posting! Glad this blog rings true for you!

      My advice is to eliminate time-wasters and zero in on men who step up. This way you avoid the confusion you experienced.

      First off, you told him not to lie. As a Prize, you refrain from telling a man what to do. You simply do what YOU have to do. In this case, you let him say he wants to text you, and let him do it. When he fails to, you keep on moving on as if nothing happened. You don’t pin your hopes on a guy just because he says he’ll text you.

      When a guy doesn’t ask you out for a date, seeing him and talking to him amount to teaching him you have no value. That you are not worth his effort. You need to cut his conversations short and move on, to train him that you are worth a lot more than an accidental meeting at a club. Texting him first confirms that you feel you’re not good enough for a date.

      I can tell you lots more about how you SHOULD NOT feel sorry, how you can change your behavior so you don’t feel like you have to do so much, and why doing what you’re doing now is making things worse for you.

      Sign up for a private email exchange for DETAILED ANALYSIS, FEEDBACK, AND INSIGHTFUL advice at only $12 till end of December 2013, and $15 beginning in January 2014. Please go to Get Advice Now for more info.

      Hope to assist you!

      The One

  7. Tricia Dawo permalink

    I’m just curious about something. I’m not sure if I’ve already made a mistake. Here is the situation. This guy’s been an aquaintance from high school 2 years my senior. He’s now 32. He had a horrible break up and we used to talk about it. We’d always been minimal friends on Facebook, but then last year he started pursuing. Sending me his pictures his son’s pictures, telling me I’m his kind of girl it went on for 2 weeks then he started withdrawing. He’s hot and cold with the pursuing. like he will txt chat today and go quiet for a few days. I stoppped following up and realised that each time I do so he will be quiet for a max of 4-5 days and send then he’ll initiate the chats. We still give each other advice on life’s important issues, he’ll even tell me he’s getting a pay raise etc….I ended up asking him what going on and he said he’s avoided thinking about it because part of him wants to try but another part of him is not sure, he was like let me answer 2morrow…2 days later I sent him a hi and responded and was asking about me day. I was like great wassup with the response to our discussion and he just went quiet again…..where am I going wrong??? unfortunately I’ve fallen for this guy I’ve tried deleting his number soo many times but somehow a day or two later as though he knew I’d deleted his number from my phone he’ll txt chat again…am sooo frustrated

    • Tricia,

      Welcome! When a guy is hot and cold, it’s called MIXED MESSAGES. What are mixed messages? They are one and one thing only: Another word for “NO.”

      A man who seeks you out, pursues you, and consistently tries to be on your radar, is a man who has ZERO mixed messages. He is all GREEN LIGHT for GO, and “Y-E-S, I am into you.”

      I would like to point out all the other RED FLAGS that this guy exhibited that you need to know about right away so when confronted with this again with him or another man, you RECOGNIZE THEM instantly to avoid further frustration.

      I’d also like to explain to you WHY you fell for him when all indications point to him being UNABLE to offer you a relationship. I do this by offering a detailed and personalized Analysis and Feedback (including Guidance and Answers) for ONLY $12 via Email Exchange or Instant Messaging. Click here for more info so you can get the required tools for dating. Remove the guesswork that takes women nowhere!

      You can then tell me anything else you’d like, and I will address all of your concerns. Consider this as an opportunity to INVEST IN YOU.

      Look forward to hearing from you, Tricia!

    • Dear Tricia,

      Thanks for posting on my dating blog recently.

      I’m now offering private email exchange for in-depth advice at only $12 till end of December, and $15 beginning in January. Please go to Get Advice Now for more info.

      Hope to assist you!

      The One

  8. Ok, email me the payment link please. I need help with my mess.

  9. The One, I really hope you don’t mind me asking this, and if you get a chance to answer, great. If there has been any initiation on my part, and some very vague hinting at another date, am I to assume that it’s a lost cause? The guy is likely a time waster anyway, and I know I’m worth more than waiting. But for future reference I’d like to know. There have been times when I have initiated contact only or texted right back. Should I have just let this one go completely? There have been two dates he initiated and paid for. Thankyou!

  10. Susie permalink

    Dear the One,

    Thanks for your response and I have taken everything you have said on board and just moved on with my own life. Aspiring to career goals, pursuing my hobbies and seeing friends. I’ve started on-line dating too.

    It’s confusing for me to know what to say to man who asks’ what are you looking for?’ I would like a committed relationship, but is this too deep to say to a new man? what can I say that makes it resolutely understood that I don’t want a casual hook up, yet not scary for a new man e.g. wedding bells and marriage. Some men have asked me ‘what are you looking for?’ before I’ve even met them for a date. My answer could possibly be the deciding factor to whether they will pursue me and ask me out… Does saying ‘I’m interested in serious relationship’ put men off? including men who otherwise may have been good suitors. Sometimes men don’t even know what they want, until they meet the right woman, no?

    Your advice is invaluable.

    Susie.

    • Susie,

      Interesting points you raised! Good that you’re filling your life with absorbing, fun things.

      Men ask that question to avoid wasting their time. Players want to know. Men who seek serious relationships also want to know. But the latter type of men also don’t want to be pressured into a relationship before they are ready and if it’s not their idea in the first place, even if they do want one.

      There’s more I need to tell you, so please sign up at Get In-Depth Advice Now for confidential Email Exchange.

      Hope to assist you!

  11. leela permalink

    hi The one ,gosh this site is like a bible! God bless you for the wonderful service!
    right now im pretty confused about my situation ,hope you’ll throw some light on it.
    i met this guy online about 3 years ago ,though he asked me for a date right after a few chats ,i declined (we lived in different countries then),since then i continued chatting,and i fell for him and confessed my feeling to him(ouch,i know),meanwhile he kept pursuing me for a date..last year he shifted his base to my city for good(he’s transferred here),so we had a real date last year,which went well,i was really attracted and told him so (eww,i know :(…)but he kept his own pace and asked me out again,but i told him i’ll not step out unless its commitment and hinted marriage (stupid me :(…),to which he said he’s isnt really sure about this and needs time to settle down atleast 5 years..so we broke up on that ..2 months later he messages me im missing you n stuff,with me replying the same to him.he said he likes me and would like to spend his life with me but needs atleast 2 years time to settle down,we started to see other again ,all the while me feeling something’s not well and forced ,bcuz he never complimented me,(im pretty ,so im told lol),didnt get me atleast a flower on valentines day,wasnt lovey dovey,would often ask me to pay on dates,often asked me to plan date venue..uggh i got tired and confronted him why he isnt expressive enough while he knew i loved him,he said he isn’t romantic and im not his type we argued on that and decided to break off…then 5 months ago he messaged me again saying he’s sorry,he missed me ,wants me back etc etc..by then i had moved on and wasn’t willing to get back,but he kept on pursuing me,we started dating again,and he went back to his lazy ways,he never made me feel special or even appreciated ,he criticised my dressing style,just sent a msg on my birthday,i paid on dates mostly,he even borrowed money,had issues saying i love you(bcuz of a past girlfriend issues),he even went as far as saying this is a mutual setting not love marriage..which hurt me.he told me he’s in contact with his ex,which i found weird bcuz he broke up with her as she was dominating and he wasn’t interested in her..so why timepass/use people who were once interested in him?…it wasn’t just feeling right and he went around saying people saying he’s single,he even told me on my last meeting he’ll be okay if we broke up(this may be to make me feel jealous if i left him ,but still he has no right to make me feel bad when he never made me feel good either),i realised this man was never really into me and i chased him like a fool.i went home and just messaged him saying im not sure anymore and we should end this..he agreed ,after that i never texted him but he still messaging cute stuff hinting to get back,im ignoring and sometimes just a replying politely.my questions to you
    1)my friends tell me i should have lashed out at him for treating me shabbily and let him know im hurt..but im like whats the point now?mostly it was my own undoing..am i right?

    2)he’s basically a nice guy,honest and i know he cared about me ,am i wrong to dump him now and move on instead influence/inspire him to love me?

    3)though he hasn’t exactly asked what exactly went wrong im afraid he would someday ask me this since i was the one who chased him ,he will put all the blame on me for dumping him ,how do i respond to that>?

    4)im not sure if he’s actually a time waster or a potential suitor,considering he always wanted to date but my speedin up of things upset the natural balance?

    5)how do i respond to his texts?bcuz i knw he’s testing waters once before,asking again for a date,cuz he once told me he’s a big give up,never pursued anyone,and fears rejection?

    6)if he’s a potential suitor ,how can i set things right?

    thanks in advance!!
    note: we never got physical with each other except for a kiss once ,cuz i was always particular no fooling around before marriage.

    • Leela,

      You told him how you felt about him right away, then threatened him that he needs to commit to you with marriage. Of course he doesn’t need to treat you like a PRIZE CATCH. A prize requires contestants to work hard to win it. He didn’t need to do much to win you. It was so easy that you must not be worth very much, according to him.

      Please sign up at Get In-Depth Advice Now for confidential Email Exchange.

      Hope to assist you!

  12. La da di da da permalink

    Hi The One,

    Do men really care about our genuine feelings for them? And if you’re sexually appealing to men, will that stop them from seeing the real you? and not just objectify you as an object to be won? Thereby, pursuing you to win your heart? And not taking you for granted?

    Will there be an impact on them if they know that our love for them is utmost, genuine and sincere?
    Coz in women’s perspective, if they find about the guy’s genuine love for them, they’d be reconsidering the man? Will that also be the case with men?

    Thanks u in advance! May God bless u more with more wisdom and luck in life!
    xx

  13. Jane_Eyre permalink

    “You slept with him. You are no longer a trophy to be won. You were no challenge and are not worthy in his eyes.”

    Excuse me? I am never a trophy to be won, regardless of when I sleep with someone. I am a human being, not an object meant to be kept on a shelf. No man who sees me as a trophy, or any object, will ever be worthy in my eyes. What a misogynistic idea!

  14. nona permalink

    Thank U Dear The One i appreciate your reply…Ill Focus On My Life My Joy…:)…But how to deal him when i see him as we meet a lot At church….shall i ignore Him or deal Normal as if he is anyone..?

    • Let him talk to you first, and be nice if he does. Don’t approach him first. Treat him like everyone else, and don’t engage in long conversations with him.

  15. nona permalink

    Dear the one…the one who was pursuing came and asked me for an exclusive relation ship..i accepted..but my sister dont lilke he he realized that her attitude is bad towards him he took it personaly and told me to give some time to cure his feelings..i dont know if what had happened deserves his reaction he dont talk to me at all…i see him from time to time how shall i act at this situation ..thank u :))

    • Nona,

      If your sister’s opinion of him means that much to him, then he probably just isn’t up to the challenge and finds it too stressful to deal with. Or he may not be as into you as you think he is.

      You can’t force a man to love you more than he is ready to. Let him go. If he comes back, great. If he doesn’t, you’re moving on. So move on now and focus elsewhere. There is no point in you waiting around for him, wasting more time of your life on a man who may or may not change his mind.

  16. Susie permalink

    Dear The One

    Made so many blunders, in a nut shell over the past year a separated man has been initiating kisses and more (not full sex) he thinks full sex would make me feel terrible and he only wants something casual, while I want a relationship in the end. A lot of what happens between us takes place at work. I feel like I’ve been weak. There have been a few dates, only because I have asked for most of them. How do I put a stop to this gracefully? I know to stop pursuing him or asking him out and if he tries to kiss me at work or ask me out, how do I say in the best way possible to check back with me once his divorce papers are in hand. How do I move on now? Really appreciate your time and how you respond with such thoughtful and smart advice.

    Susie

    • Susie,

      It’s good you admit you’ve been weak. Now you can begin getting stronger.

      You need to first be ready to stop all physical contact with him.

      Then you need to be ready to disengage from intimate conversations with him. These conversations fuel the romance and the fantasy, which you don’t need because all they do is keep you exclusive to him without the benefits of exclusivity.

      I’d like to show you the rest of the steps so you can gain self-respect back and HIS respect for you as well. Sign up for Get Advice Now and we can do Email Exchange.

      Hope to assist you!

      The One

    • Dear Susie,

      Thanks for posting on my dating blog a while back.

      I just want to let you know I am offering private advice with more analysis and feedback via confidential Email Exchange. If you need to, sign up at Get In-Depth Advice Now. It is $12 till end of December and goes up to $15 when midnight strikes!

      Hope to assist you!

  17. This is so true and I had many difficulties to understand it.

    If a man doesn’t feel a great deal of attraction when he first see you, he will never pursue you, NEVER.
    And there is nothing a woman can do to convince him to like her or to desire her.

    I had three men in love with me and they all said me after some time we were together:
    “when I first saw you, I knew it that I wanted you badly”.

    For me it didn’t work this way. It took me some time to fall in love and to decide if I like him, desire him and want to be in a committed realitionship with him. For them it was a question of a few seconds….

    So accept it and never pursue men. Because if he really likes you and he’s ready for the reliationship, he will be really thrilled to conquer you.

    • and sorry for the mistakes as English is not my language ;)

      • I didn’t even notice! Welcome to the blog and thank you for contributing your thoughts.

    • Yes, men know instantly if they are attracted to a woman. Congratulations in understanding why they must initiate the pursuit!

  18. Eileen permalink

    Most of the dating sites indicate that you have sex with a guy when you feel a genuine connection with him and hold on to yourself afterwards without bringing any drama. I don’t know what “withholding sex” here means. It means to be a prize you can’t have sex until that guy claims sexual exclusivity with you?

    • Eileen,

      I wrote this blog to help women avoid anxiety, pain, and confusion in dating. By withholding sex until you are in an exclusive relationship with a guy, there are a number of advantages which I’d love to share with you.

      Please sign up for a private email exchange for DETAILED ANALYSIS, FEEDBACK, AND INSIGHTFUL advice at only $12 till end of December 2013, and $15 beginning in January 2014. Please go to Get Advice Now for more info.

      Hope to assist you!

      The One

      • Eileen permalink

        The One, thank you for your reply. I totally agree with your statement that sex doesn’t make men bond emotionally. I reason why I asked the previous question is that other dating consultants state that if that guy really likes you and feels the deep connection, that fact that you’ve had sex already won’t stop him to pursue you.

        A woman definitely should not choose immediate sex over a long-term commitment if that is what she wants. It takes a while to build up some trust and understanding of each other to have sex. I have both girl and guy friends examples, which made me confused in the first place. My guy friend was dating multiple women and slept with some. But he really likes one of them. After they had sex, he still tried his best to win her over and ask for exclusivity. He is a well-rounded guy with many options in dating. I had girlfriend who had sex with a guy during dating phase when they were not exclusive and now they are a happy couple now.

        I am not trying to contradict your statement and advise by bringing up those examples. I agree that women should withhold sex in the beginning. I am just confused from what I’ve seen.

        • Eileen,

          Yes, it’s true there are a lot of relationships where sex occurred before exclusivity. Are all of them successful? I don’t think so. Success to me means the men are cherishing their girlfriends.

          I have lots more to say. Please sign up for a private email exchange for DETAILED ANALYSIS, FEEDBACK, AND INSIGHTFUL advice at only $12 till end of December 2013, and $15 beginning in January 2014. Please go to Get Advice Now for more info.

          Hope to assist you!

          The One

  19. Anonymous permalink

    Hi The One!
    I just became one of your followers (today) and let me tell you that you are GREAT!! thank you very much for all of the advice. I have read blogs, websites (a lot of them) and from my experience you are far the most honest and clarifying of all. You give answers straight to the point and put anxiety to a 0 level.
    Thank you!

    • Thank you for following the blog! That’s my aim, to sort out the chaos and make things clear and easy to understand. I’m happy to eliminate anxiety for you so you can sleep like a princess!

  20. Charmaine permalink

    Hi The One,
    All your advice is excellent, but I know also that we all have to use common sense. There must be some circumstances where there are exceptions, and where we have to give someone the benefit of the doubt. An online situation has stalled, but I think it’s because the man is on business out of the country. We haven’t met yet, only talked e-mail and iM. I haven’t pursued at all, but don’t want to give up on it yet. Can something like this be “put on hold” (from my perspective only, of course…I wouldn’t ever say it to him). Advice please?

    • Charmaine,

      Should you give up on him? Why, do you want to put your life on hold for some reason?

      How many years do you have to waste on a guy who likes to chit-chat in CYBERSPACE and show total lack of interest in meeting you in person?

      Please sign up at Get In-Depth Advice Now for confidential Email Exchange.

      Hope to assist you.

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