Reasons why we broke up after one month of dating

Thinking everything always has that bad side about it Books like “He’s Just Not That Into You” may be commercial successes, but they also had given her more reasons to justify her over-analyzing of everything that happens.
Patrick Buchana
Patrick Buchana

Thinking everything always has that bad side about it

Books like “He’s Just Not That Into You” may be commercial successes, but they also had given her more reasons to justify her over-analyzing of everything that happens. Sometimes I am really busy but the conclusion she jumped to is that ‘I’m not into her’.

Expecting us to jump into a full-fledged relationship

While dating can be unpleasant at times, too often, women will have one great date with a guy and then expect to jump immediately into a full-fledged relationship. In reality, it can take several months to really get to know someone well enough to decide whether they can be a good partner or not.

Trying to look for a reason to trust me

There’s an old saying that goes “If you look for problems, chances are you’ll find them.” In an effort to get satisfied with that fact that I am as sweet as I seem to be, she started searching for reasons why our relationship won’t work.  Like checking my social network accounts and trying to figure out my passwords. I couldn’t stand that.

Not walking the line between saying what you mean and creating unnecessary friction

Dating me doesn’t mean that you are allowed to use me as an emotional dumping ground and angrily relay everything on me the day you get pissed off. Yes I understand your best friend left for the USA but then you CAN’ T then spend the whole day telling me about all the wonderful moments you had and how no one can replace her. Over clinging

Lastly, calling, texting, or emailing me constantly to ‘HI’ is a fully guaranteed way to make me lose interest in you. I wouldn’t think twice about run away from a woman that I perceive to be clingy.

 

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