Getting a glimpse of a woman a guy finds attractive is just the beginning.
Why he'll stare, maybe say hello or start a conversation, but never follow through with what appears to be his intentions, is where it all can get kind of confusing.
Follow along and you'll find out why...
First of all: Fear. They're scared. They don't know what to do and when to do it. They have never done it before or lack the experience. But there's more.
It may seem far-fetched but I can tell you from personal experience there are tons of guys out there who never once "made a move" on a woman. They get lucky once in a while, maybe do something right, and suddenly she's all over him. 😀 In a manner of speaking of course.
Men are not often taught the steps of seduction and rarely do they look for "real" advice on how to do it. When they do seek advice or counseling on the subject find it difficult an area to practice. ( Plus imagine how much bad advice is out there on this subject. )
When you are learning something like an instrument or a new job skill the practice part is handed to you because it's an essential part of the learning process.
But as far as making a move on a woman or the act of seduction the practice part is extremely difficult.
What if he meets a woman who is not understanding of his lack of experience and rejects him?
What if he meets an incredible woman and screws it up so badly he feels useless or not capable of turning a woman on? That could scar him for life. 🙂
Seriously, just imagine this is NOT an area where practice is a granted right and the woman's response is not always beneficial or accepting. This alone can cause lots of guys to hope and poke never learning the valuable lesson they need on when or how to make the right move.
Being told how to do it is one thing - but actually doing is an entirely different experience.
Consider the entire "meeting process:
- Eye contact.
- The approach, meeting, being introduced, and starting a conversation.
- Getting a number or another way to contact each other later.
- Meeting up. Experiencing chemistry, attraction, or just making a real connection.
- Becoming closer or getting close enough to make actual physical contact from holding hands, hugging, to kissing.
Admit each one of those requires timing - ability - confidence - a relatively fearless attitude - and it's obvious the guys who learn how to do all that successfully as early in life as possible with real results are probably going to go far with women.
But what if you stumble. Each one can easily lead to public rejection. A doubt of a man's ability to, "be a man." They can even lead to a woman lying to a guy about how bad of a kisser he is.
Of course all of that seems just like social competence and all of that may come to us naturally BUT based on your own experience you can also see how easy it is to block our natural ability to step through the entire process.
Some guys just stare or make eye contact but find it impossible to approach. They just don't know what to say or how to do it.
Some get the approach thing handled a little by when it comes to walking away with a number and having you answer it too always stop him right in his tracks.
A few guys can walk away with your contact information but have no idea what to do with it. When they should call. Should they ask you out. Should they text you a lot first. So many of them don't even bother hoping you'll contact him. (That is if he remembered to exchange the info.)
The first date is nerve wracking even to the most hardy of people let alone guys who merely managed to get through steps 1 through 3. Now the pressure is on! How to keep it real and easy and free flowing without destroying the connection or chemistry which may or not be there.
Where steps 1 through 4 may be accomplished a new series of questions arises. When to make the first move. When to go in for the first kiss. Should he hold your hand? Give you as hug. Play it safe. Be daring. Go with the moment or fight his urges the entire way.
From the first second of eye contact all the way to some form of touching, to an enjoyable sexual "event" it's almost like nature doesn't want some guys to get with a girl. With so many roadblocks and so many chances to screw it all up - you can see how hard it can be for some guys to manage it all.
You'll find it's not only the less experienced guys with women but even the most accomplished ones just sometimes, if not more often than not, find it just plain easier to stare. Catch a glimpse. Make a little eye contact and hope something happens accidentally.
He might motion to you with some form of greeting but he might need the situation to be more perfect before he's willing to bother with the next step at all. Considering how so much may be involved.
Maybe we're a little lazy. Sure.
We're obviously a little worried or scared from time to time about what could happen. Our skills in this area can and will become a big part of what being a guy is all about.
We know what needs to happen and we certainly want it to happen more without having to do so much work. 🙂
I won't defend us "common men" for wanting to settle with less work. I won't say they or we should learn it all so it does happen more naturally and effortlessly.
But I will tell you the truth about why guys will stare, what their motive might be, why we 'll say "Hello" and never make a move to either get your number, continue the meeting, reach for your hand, kiss you on the lips, or even take your clothes off when it feels so right...
You know once in a while we don't want YOU to become just practice when we fail. And that should mean a lot to you.
We can be lazy at times and just wish you would meet us more than half way.
For some that DOES happen. For others it never happens.
For some we'll stare at the ones we really want but unfortunately settle for what we can get because it just easier that way.
We put a lot of pressure on ourselves to be your ultimate guy and if we can't see ourselves in that role - well then of course we're not against just checking you out from time to time, possibly even get to know you a little better - but never make that next defining move which will in no doubt prove our real intentions.