Don’t let a guy trip you up with his words.
Actions are way more important.
It’s not that words are irrelevant. They are part of the whole package.
BUT, if the words aren’t matching the music, then you have a problem.
I get why you would want to take what a guy says at face value. Who doesn’t want to trust, and take what everyone says at face value?
When it comes to dating, and men in the initial stages of a relationship, you need to be careful, however.
Here is an example of something guys say that can easily trip you up!
He may say “I love you,” early on. Those words aren’t too shabby - I agree. But if he’s not consistently asking you out, if he’s not stepping up to the plate, and bringing up exclusivity, and moving things along, then the words are meaningless.
While you are having a hot and heavy evening together, he may blurt out: “I think I’m falling in love.”
He may not be trying to hurt you deliberately. Guys aren’t always trying to hurt a girl. They may feel it in the moment, but then they just aren’t sure you are the one and so they don’t follow up the way you want them to.
“I think I’m falling in love,” followed by weeks of silence is a hollow sentiment.
Meanwhile, “I think I’m falling in love,” followed by a guy who is in your life, moving things forward, seeing you on weekends and integrating you into his life, is what you are looking for.
The time you really want to pay attention to words is when he says something negative, like: “I would never want to marry again. My last relationship burned me forever.” Or, “I don’t usually date women who look like you. Most of my exes were models.”
Anything negative is not good.
So ladies, be smart. Don’t be seduced by words. As much as you would love sweet sentiments to be true, be patient and evaluate - via actions as well as words - whether he is the right man for you.
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