Most people want to have great relationships but not everyone is willing to go through the tough conversations, the awkward silences, the hurt feelings and the emotional psychodrama to get there and this is why I have decided to talk about the kind of person you should date.
The key is date someone who is interested in you. I don’t mean someone who thinks you’re cute or funny. I mean someone who wants to know every insignificant thing about you. Someone who is passionate about the little things you do. Someone who wants to read every word you write. Someone who wants to know the pitch of your voice. Someone who wants to hear every note of your favourite song and watch every scene of your favourite movie with you. Someone who wants to find every scar on your body and learn where each come from. Someone who wants to know your favourite brand of toothpaste. Yes, it’s that deep!
Find someone who wants to learn every aspect of who you are and hold on to them.
There’s a huge difference between attraction and interest.
Anyone can catch someone’s attention and be attracted to them naturally but interest will always go a long way deeper than attraction.
Lemme give an example, there’s a guy who’s a street neighbour you meet at a party and he comes to you telling you he’s always wanted to ask you out but you’re the indoor kind of girl. And God bless you, you also been noticing the guy too. And fast forward, you exchanged numbers and kissed that night. Then he calls you after three weeks telling you how much he’s missed you and ask you to come over to his place. The next decision is yours tho. But if you’re in this situation right now and you’re reading this, you’re lucky.
This is very typical of most guys. They don’t want a committed relationship or even casual dating. They only want someone who can satisfy their needs.
The truth is if you go over to his place and you guys end up making out and you have hope of him asking you out, you won’t get anywhere with him. You’ll only get more confused and angry.
There are usually two ways to it. It’s either he’s in another relationship and doesn’t want to get involved or he’s afraid to get involved. Read more on http://www.tokesuave.com/2017/11/the-fear-of-falling-in-love-philophobia.html?m=1
If a guy cannot spend time with you to get to know you more but calls you when he’s needy, he’s merely attracted and not interested.
I’ll advice that you should fall for genuine interest rather than attraction.
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