That means a woman will often think she’s in a relationship with a man when he’s still feeling things out.
So she becomes too available, too eager, and too invested in where this is all going.
When a man asks you out for a second or third date, all it means is he’s interested in getting to know you better, because he felt a good connection with you on date #1.
It doesn’t mean that he necessarily wants to be exclusive or is already thinking about a serious relationship. He’s enjoying your company, having fun, and starting to wonder about you.
But if you’re already thinking ahead to the next few months when this is the only man you’re seeing and things are serious, you’re doing yourself a disservice.
The first few weeks when you’re getting to know someone can be filled with nerves, excitement and expectation.
Ever wonder what a man really thinks during those early encounters with you? Have you ever gone on a few dates with a guy, thought things were going well, and then things fizzled out without warning?
I can’t tell you how many women write to me about this.
They had a great couple of first dates, the guy kept asking her back out, she got her hopes up, and then the guy stopped initiating anything.
If this has happened to you, you know how disappointing it can be.
But if you understand a guy’s process when it comes to dating, you can save yourself a lot of frustration and instead set yourself up for the kind of lasting love you’re looking for with the right guy.
Men and women think about the early stages of dating very differently.
Women often try to read too much into their early interactions with men, which then leads them to think that after the first few dates they’re in what I call the “instant relationship”.