The only thing your friends can do is to give you placebo advice.
They can come up with a reason they think sounds good.
Not sure if he’s stringing you along or is open to something concrete in the future?
If you’ve read my stuff for a while, you’ll know I’m an honest guy.
You’ll also know I care deeply for you and your happiness.
Don’t understand why that amazing evening ended with an out-of-the-blue remark that made you wonder where you stood with him? Unsure why he seems to act insanely jealous one moment and then, play it cool when you flirt it up with other guys just to make something of his confusing behavior? Afraid he’s keeping you ‘on the line’ as a time filler until the right tick of time brings him his Ms. Or terrified that takes it as a given that you’d invest in him whilst he can get away without much effort? Mixed signals from a guy are commonplace – an art at which guys are top dog! They are the undisputed kings of creating confusion and can’t seem to undo the blurred lines between flitty and flirty.
And if you are dating one such guy sending mixed signals and REALLY like him, do not despair.
Why wouldn’t it if you like her and don’t want to give up?
Mixed signals may take on many forms and are generally a combination of messages that are hard to decipher.
Jessica Massa graduated magna cum laude from Harvard with a degree in psychology. And on the flip side, any guy can drive you crazy, maybe without even meaning to, if you’re determined to find drama in every Facebook status update…or if you’re set on convincing yourself that he’s just not that into you.
Her work has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Elle, Variety, CNN.com, The Times of London, and Glamour.com, among others. Next time you’re tempted to overanalyze your Prospect You’re Not Sure Is a Prospect, remember that choice—and choose serenity.
Here’s what you need to know about reading the mixed signals from a guy, decoding them and dealing with them: 1.
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The topic of mixed signals is commonly brought up in discussions about dating.