Women who are now single and wondering why men act interested in them and then pull away should stop and think about how they behaved towards guys when they had a boyfriend or husband. I’m pretty sure that taking that walk down memory lane will help even the dullest tool in the shed find the answer to that question.
I know from personal experience that Women who are spoken for flirt quite often and heavily (complete with touching) because they know that if I really was interested they’d have a built in excuse to then push me away. They obviously feel safe in getting off on flirting with me because they have a built in failsafe called a relationship.
Me? If I like a girl I flirt with her. If she’s cautious in her response to me then I know she’s single. It’s rare that it works out the opposite way. Most single women of any age don’t have the confidence to carry themselves when they aren’t with anyone; are afraid of making false impressions, picking up a stalker, etc.
So, if you’re a woman wondering why a man acts interested in you and then blows you off you might want to take what I’ve said into consideration here. If you are one of those women who is single, has the self-confidence to flirt shamelessly and fearlessly without concern for how you are going to be judged, you just might want to go that little extra mile and let him know, “You really are single!” Otherwise there’s a good chance he’s just going to think along the lines of what I’ve mentioned above.
It is sad that a lot of women behave as if they are available when they aren’t and lead some of us good men over 40 on when their boyfriends and husbands aren’t around. If truth be told; it is very frustrating for us guys out there who want to trust and know that the woman we are interested in is worth a damn and actually single.
But, “Girls will be Girls,” I guess; often sending the wrong signals to men; playing it up like they’re single when they actually aren’t. So, yeah, guys might be playing the game with you thinking that you’re not serious and you already have someone at home.