How to keep him dating and not have sex
Here’s the thing…I don’t know if you see this, but you’ve moved on to wanting “something serious” right after you and he had sex, thinking that sex of course means there SHOULD be a relationship and he should feel the same way about you. The decision to have sex with a woman often has NOTHING to do with whether a man has decided that he wants to “date” you more seriously.
And sure, it would be nice if men were different and didn’t take sex so lightly.
I’m going to pack this article with a lot of important insights and tips that are going to completely change the way you relate to men when it comes to sex, so make sure you read all the way to the end…
I received an email from a reader who went through this exact situation.Unfortunately, this is the exact kind of thinking that makes it so frustrating and difficult for some women to figure out how to move from just dating a guy to becoming physical and starting an exclusive, committed relationship.If you’re like lots of women, you’ve been “caught up” in that moment and ended up sleeping with a man you weren’t in a relationship with, thinking that you’re ok with it… But then your true feelings snuck up on you and you started to freak out and feel awful when you saw that the man you shared yourself with wasn’t on the same page (wanting a relationship).So, what happens when men act like they’re not interested in anything serious, or don’t want a relationship, or they’re too busy to have one… And when he doesn’t feel it, there’s nothing a woman who doesn’t make him FEEL this way can do or say to make him want something more with her. They don’t want a woman to try to convince them that what they’re experiencing and feeling should be meaningful and loving. And he will not only be “open” to talking about something deeper and more meaningful with you, he’ll INSIST on it.or any other of a list of lame excuses they give you? I reveal these specific behaviors and attitudes in my free dating advice newsletter, Catch Him and Keep Him.