He senses that his enthusiasm for sex is far greater than yours, and knows this won’t play out well in the long run.
He senses that your enthusiasm for sex is far greater than his.
He didn’t have the courage to ask your supercute friend out, but you were cute enough, more attainable, and standing next to her, so voilà.
He actually likes you, but he finds your earnest Christian tendencies dampening his enthusiasm.
ANTIDOTE: Once again, more cluelessness than malice operating here. The antidote to this is the “one step forward, two steps back” protocol, as I describe it in The Tao of Dating, Ch. Sometimes you have to prime the pump to get things going again.
So you give him a call, send him a message, tease him a little, and make it playfully but clearly known that his company would be welcome: “So. A month into the relationship, she issued an ultimatum that, in retrospect, was such a marvel of simplicity and effectiveness that I’ve been teaching it to my female students ever since: “Listen, I think you’re really great, and we obviously have a great time together.
How do you get a guy to treat you like priority instead of an option?