You're about to find out why guys will go through the first few steps but FAIL to make that move - whatever it may be ranging from not getting your number to not calling you after all the way to not going for the first kiss.
The most obvious reason women might believe is that he's not interested or his interest went down in the first few minutes of contact and I'm here to tell you - that Is RARELY the case.
If a guy goes through all the trouble, faces the risk of approach, and doesn't take the next step it's usually him and not you with a few rare exceptions.
That rare exception will not be covered today and the only thing I will tell you is that IF he's a type one guy - then yes, he probably lost the interest or decided at that quickly that you're not the one for him OR he met someone else soon after meeting you.
On to the more probable...
He's never actually made a move on a woman.
He relies on luck and unless it's never worked out for him at all - the women in his life has always been the one taking that next hard step.
This is actually more common than you might believe. I did it myself for many years and although it didn't work out the way I wanted to or as often - sooner or later I'd meet a woman who would take care of it all for me.
It's a VERY typical type two guy thing to do.
So if a guy you know has gone through all the trouble to talk to you and get your number BUT failed to either call or called you and you went out but made you feel like he wasn't into you because he never went for that first kiss...
There's a very real and high probability he's never done it before and men like that are not always defined by their age group.
Old or young - makes a slight difference but not as much as you might believe.
He has a very real fear of success with women.
Men can be quite messed up and the fear of success is all too consistent thing among lots of men.
They feel like once they get there:
- They won't know what to do or when to d it.
- They're unsure about how to handle what comes next.
- They're afraid they'll go to far with someone, lose interest, and then have to figure off how to reject her.
- They don't know HOW to deal with the consequences of their actions.
- They're afraid you'll let them kiss you and you won't like it and reject them because of it.
And those a just a few of the fears.
Some men think so far ahead in circumstances like this - when the time comes - they think themselves out of doing anything with you which will make you feel like they're blowing you off or rejecting you but they're actually doing it to themselves - you just happen to be Miss Unlucky number whatever in their constant battles over their fears around women.
He can not live up to the man he made himself out to be to you.
When you met - he was on his game but he went a little too far - he built himself up so much to you, later he realized that's not who he actually is in real life.
I'm not saying he lied to you - some do - but typically it's because he wanted you to like him so much he embellished his life or standard of living or his so-called talent with the ladies and went a little too far.
Once that bar was set - after further consideration - he felt or believed it was ALL going to be a let down for you when it came time to back up all his bullshit or his overly confident routine.
This happens a lot if you've only met online - more than in face to face meeting but either way - it's something to look out for when his next step didn't come and you felt rejected.
He has a crippling fear of FAILURE.
Whereas the fear of success stops a man from moving forward - it becomes quite obvious these fears are also tied to him avoiding yet another failure.
He understands and believes that rejection can come at any time. He might also believe it's going to happen - he's just not sure WHEN.
The choice he makes about when he wants it to come will ultimately determine when you'll last hear from him.
Sometimes it's just before the first phone call or message - other times it could be after the first or second date...
When the fear become too great for him - he becomes crippled to act - doesn't know what to do about it - and instead of letting things take its most natural course, he retreats and rejects himself preemptively to spare the eventual pain and hurt of hearing it from you.
The meeting process or steps a man takes is not always easy for a guy and a lot of HOW it happens can be quite accidental.
These accidents could come from meeting you at a party or bumping into while out doing things or being introduced to you through a mutual friend.
This is how most type twos meet women and because of that - the reasons listed above can in one way or another determine if he's going to take the next with you or not.
In the rare circumstances he risk the approach and started a conversation with you doesn't always guarantee he knows what comes next or has the confidence and lack of fears to proceed forward and DO something about it.
Sometimes you're not being rejected at all.
They're not losing their interest that quickly.
They're not blowing you off because they "decided" they don't like you.
A guy might...
- Be waiting for you to take the next step because he's never done it before or doesn't actually know how.
- He's worried that he will succeed and will let you down by not being competent in that next stage.
- He felt like he made himself out to be this amazing and great guy but doesn't believe in himself enough to live up to those sometimes unspoken promises.
- He's determined to reject himself to you at a time he thinks it's easier to handle rather than going to deep and being rejected by you - accepting one pain over another on his terms.
Here's MY story I recently shared in my private newsletter.
What about the women I passed by because to them – they were into me and either I wasn’t interested or attracted to them and I’m positive the signals I gave them were very confusing.
I’m almost certain I drove them CRAZY.
(Probably leading them to the inevitable conclusion that ALL men are… just messed up!)
AND what about the ones I WAS interested in?
Take Christine (last name deleted after further examination) for example. Yes that’s her real name. Oh was she soooo into me. I was the “cool” new kid visiting her town.
I was showing off my skills (please laugh or forever be labeled with no sense of humor) as I was literally carrying around a flattened cardboard box, a what was called a “boombox”, and break-dancing for everyone in the spread out large lower-class (government subsidized) apartment complex.
And sure I was good, but not THAT good.
I was the cousin of her brother’s good friend which made me the outsider and she hooked on to me quickly. Why? Who knows – back then I assumed it wasn’t my looks that’s for sure. It wasn’t my shy personality. Maybe there was something “special” in the water they drank because (since I never equated to showing off my dance skills to attracting women) I certainly was not confident in my woman skills.
Hence making me the type two – a man who doesn’t understand women. You can read all about both types in my book below.
So Christine was into me.
I remember her but the events that transpired are a little fuzzy, not that they matter anyways.
The end result however… I DO remember.
I BLEW HER OFF ENTIRELY!
Here’s this cute girl. I was so desperate to find a girlfriend. I was extremely attracted to her. She was everything I ever imagined in a girl AND yet – I still probably broke her heart. (I actually don’t know if it broke her heart but it certainly broke mine.)
Why does a guy act this way?
What does a young man have anything to do with an older guy?
You know, the kind you’re into and not some young break dancing punk with long hair and a cardboard box to show off to the ladies.
Like most type twos – I was scared, inexperienced, and so deathly afraid of kissing her the WRONG way that I chickened out.
Put my tail between my legs and avoided her at all costs until she “got” the picture and went away all too quietly as I’m now thinking about it.
You’ll find boys like I was (take note how I still remember her specifically among what I can guess is about over a hundred of failures and possibly more) …
Well we grow up into the men YOU have to deal with everyday.
They send you mixed signals.
They act all into you but fail to DO anything.
They pretend to be all cool when inside they're a little boy scared who just doesn’t know WHAT comes next or how it’s supposed to happen…
So they blow you off.
And it has NOTHING to do with you. (Well actually it has everything to do with you but not in the way you might think.)
These are things that guys rarely if ever grow out of UNLESS they figure something out like I did, OR they just get lucky, OR they find a woman who pushes it all, takes on the masculine role despite his inability to lead confidently, and some of them suffer the consequences years later as they’re now stuck with a man-boy who treats his wife like his “mommy”.
Powerful eye-opening stuff, isn’t it?
I’m not saying or advising you to stay away from a type two. In fact you won’t be attracted to many of them anyways.
Just trying to keep it simple for you.
Men who are into you and don’t act like it or DO anything about it are as simple as it gets in understanding men.
They don’t GET YOU!
They don’t know what to do or what comes next.
They’re scared they’re going to screw it all up and from those fears, screw it all up anyways, some before they even open their mouth.
That’s the type two and since they comprise the majority of men out there – they’re the most common type you will come in contact with everyday.
Please - keep this all in mind the next time a guy goes through all the trouble of meeting you BUT fails to act or take the next step because it's not always your fault - you're not always being rejected by these guys - they're not doing it on purpose - they're not out to make you feel awful - they don't intend to confuse you.
Some are just inexperienced, confused themselves, lack the confidence and skills, and let their fears decide for them about what to do