When A Man Doesn’t Know What He Wants

If a man doesn’t know what he wants, it usually leads to you being hurt.
Do you want to know how to recognize unreliable men? What can be the reasons for his insecurity? And what should you avoid? Then read this article to the end.

How to tell that a man doesn’t know what he wants in a relationship

In order to protect yourself from “falling from a great height hitting the ground”, there are some signs that you can spot early which show that a man is not really interested in a relationship with you:

SIGN 1 – He is moody
Sometimes he is nice and warm, sometimes he is cold. You don’t know where you stand and he probably doesn’t know what he really wants.

SIGN 2 – He doesn’t want to get to know your family and friends
It is an unmistakable sign that he is not interested in a relationship with you.

SIGN 3 – He doesn’t introduce you to his family and friends
He doesn’t want to introduce you to his friends or family. Since he can’t imagine a relationship with you, he does not consider it necessary for you to meet his circle of friends or family.

SIGN 4 – You often don’t hear from him for days
You often do not hear from him for days and you have no idea where he is and what he is doing. If he feels like having sex, then he will contact you.

SIGN 5 – He doesn’t care about you
He doesn’t care what you do, think or feel. He asks you few personal questions and totally ignores you.

SIGN 6 – He doesn’t spoil you with little signs of attention
A romantic dinner? Flowers? A cute cuddly toy? Nothing!I

SIGN 7 – He doesn’t go out with you
If you see each other, it is always only for one evening. He doesn’t want to drive away and spend more time with you.

SIGN 8 – He says things like “I’m not the type for a relationship ” or ” I just need some time for myself “.
He doesn’t want to hurt you and is looking for excuses for not wanting to have a relationship with you.

If a man doesn’t know what he wants, don’t try to change him and don’t try to chase him.

Written By Tyara Wolf

Psychology and Personal Development

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