Do men actually send us mixed signals when they’re afraid to tell us the truth, or a lie? As a woman, this is extremely hard to digest because I have based all the relationship uncertainties on the fact that guys give mixed signals. If you have to decode a guy’s signals, I think it’s pretty clear it’s time to bail.What women think is a mixed signal, is in fact a very clear message. What they really feel comes across through their actions. If you see him saying something and not following through with actions, it probably means he’s not interested enough.And often, also subconsciously, women let it happen, over and over again, in the hope that the man in question may actually like them.On the dating blog 30 Dates, Miss Twenty-Nine describes a now-platonic friendship with a former Tinder interest, who revealed to her upon finally meeting as friends that he saw the app as little more than a game.Always remember, it’s in the very nature of a man to take the initiative if he’s genuinely interested.Rest assured he will make the move, and if he doesn’t, get the hint and try to move on.
A gentleman will always be present during a conversation, regardless of the situation. Not only will he ask topical questions which show he's paying attention, but he will give you an adequate amount of time to speak during the conversation as well.Furthermore, I’m in the minority of guys that will actually admit it – not just to others, but to themselves as well.We’re not all calculating, manipulative scumbags, but men often subconsciously lead women on. It actually pains me to admit why I feel qualified to write about this.You see, I have been “that guy”, leading women along for whatever selfish reason or motive I had at that particular time.