Throughout my 15 years as a dating mentor for single women, I’ve discovered one important thing many men don’t understand fully — women don’t want to spend time dating and at the end getting hurt.
This is the reason why so many women wake up in the night just to surf the internet for dating advice and seeking answers to questions such as, “How can I know when a guy likes me?” and “Is he using me, or does he truly love me for me?”
Unfortunately, you won’t find any man who will come right out and give answers to those questions without things getting awkward or misunderstood.
It’s totally reasonable to desire to prevent wasting your time with a particular guy and getting hurt again and again. And there are some specific notable signs you see in a guy that likes you.
If you just started seeing a new guy and you didn’t notice these things in his attitudes, you should probably consider looking for a guy who does these things.
Without further ado, below are 8 signs you see in a guy that really likes you and is falling uncontrollably in love!
1. He continually makes plans to see you again — quickly
The best indicator of whether a man is into you isn’t about the emotional chemistry you had on your first time or the great sex you had after.
The assured way to know when a man is serious about you is how often he follows up after the first date to make plans of seeing you again.
Men who are passionate about you act excited. Men who are doubtful about you act uncertain.
You deserve a boyfriend who is enthusiastic about you. Don’t resolve for the once-a-week guy after the first six weeks of dating. If he doesn’t become your boyfriend by then, he’s never going to be.
2. He texts, emails, and calls you every day
Beware of any guy who doesn’t contact you on a daily basis. Either he doesn’t want to relate with you that often, or he is unaware that it’s vital to you.
When I first dated my wife, she said, “I know you are busy at work and always caught up in your stuff, but I would be happy if you call me before going to bed, to say good night.”
“Sometimes, I don’t have anything to say,” I grumbled. She replied, “That’s okay. Even if we spend time talking for only 30 seconds, it’s something, and it makes me feel connected to your person.”
I considered it and concluded that this was a reasonable request that it will cost me not a thing to honor. So I tended to her request.
This occurred ten years ago. Even till date we still talk every night before we go to bed.