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In another study If you think he is interested, and you want to counteract this gloomy male outlook, try using some more obvious verbal cues. But what men really fear is the way rejection makes them .It can be as straightforward as stating the obvious by saying, “Hey, I really enjoyed spending time with you.” Yep, that simple. When a man has been turned down in the past, the feeling from that rejection can linger for weeks, months, or maybe even years if it was really bad.Guys can often approach dating in an extremely practical manner.We frequently bring up “time” and “money” as issues, often citing work, school, family matters, or straight-up just being way too busy as reasons why we’re not asking anyone out.These guys generally fall into four categories—and over the years, I’ve fallen in a couple of these categories myself.And if you’re a single woman out and about in the dating scene, chances are, you’ve definitely met some of us.Some men feel shame, disgrace, humiliation, or even a sense of being unworthy or unattractive.
Fran Greene, Flirting, Dating and Relationship Coach and author of says you shouldn't feel like you are putting in tons of effort while your partner makes none.There is a constant struggle for self-worth in our culture today, and guys are not immune from that.Many of the men I talked to felt that they either misunderstood the signals the girl was sending or that there was no way they could be worthy of such a great girl. A 2013 study found that men more accurately interpreted male nonverbal cues than female.But, remember, if you feel like his mindset isn’t changing and he’s set on not dating, don’t waste your time.When I asked my male friends what holds them back from asking a girl out, especially a girl they think is great, one of the first responses I received was that they didn’t know if she was really interested.