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This could be the explanation for why he or she seems to show interest only at certain times — because it’s hard to completely focus on one person when you’re seeing more than one.
One of the hardest parts of getting to know someone is that we’ve become a part of a dating culture where going on dates with someone is a different level than “exclusively” going on dates with someone.
Whatever our relationship might be - lover, crush, colleague, friend - we all benefit from tips for how to read men's mixed signals. I have 19 tips listed below that should help with how mixed signals should be taken.
It's hard to come up with exact scenarios, but I'll do my best to at least provide some examples of what I mean for each tip.
You’re the only person who knows what you can handle, and if you’re someone who prides herself on her thoughtfulness towards others, it could be time to take a step back and re-evaluate.
Of course, the reason the person you’re seeing may be giving mixed signals may be what you most likely dreaded in the first place.
Or maybe your partner says she wants space, but continues to text you daily to make small talk.
Although mixed signals come in different forms, they all come down to the same issue — someone telling you one thing and treating you the complete opposite.
He might thrive on attention from women or he might just be lonely so he’s hot and cold.