– Not every relationship turns out as we expect them to do especially when the guy performs a disappearance act on you. However, most ladies will get frustrated on as to why he might have stopped trying. Here are some of the reasons why men tend to disappear.
You have met a great guy. He has been a romantic and for the weeks you have been going out. You see a chance in the relationship but as soon as you completely let him in your life, he pulls a disappearing act.
Here is the thing, stop thinking he will call again, stop hoping you will get another date, stop imagining he is just busy. He is gone and here is why he is not around.
He had you so easily
At first, he was fascinated by you. He made the first move. You were too impatient to let him continue with the chase. You did all the work for him and didn’t read his clues that he likes to be the hunter and not the prey. Maybe you went home with him on the first night? Don’t stay too close to your phone, he won’t call.
He wants time off away from you
You have been invading his space since the two of you became an item. You have been all over his social pages, tagging him to every post, demands to spend every second of his free time and you expect a phone call from him? He fears that you would ask how he is, where he is then suddenly you show up there. If you stop the clingy behaviours he will call.
He is a jerk
You are a good girlfriend but he just does not call. He is used to being pampered, a girl has to prove herself to him that she deserves him. There are signs to watch out for to know he is the kind of a man. Is he talking all about him? Is he giving you a long ‘how to make him stay’ guide? He does not call, don’t wait up on him.
He has won the contest
He won your heart over and he does not see the need to get in touch. No kidding, there are such kind of men out there. He is contented knowing that he has a girl somewhere and he does not see the need to keep the sparks glowing. His job is done. He will call someday. You just won’t be able to predict his calling patterns.
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