Men often say how confused they are about women and they have every right to be; we can be quite confusing at times. Guys often hear certain misconceptions about dating and women, or form them by themselves, that could cause them to act or think in a way that can damage a potential relationship. Knowing what these misconceptions are can help prevent you from making the mistake of believing false information and ruining your chances with a great woman.
A Woman Will Try to Put Restrictions on a Guy
While some women try to restrict their guy from doing certain things, many will trust him to make his own decisions. More often than not, a woman will have the guy do what he thinks is best and if she’s not happy about it, that’s when she’ll say something. Some men fear getting into a relationship because they’re nervous they’re going to lose all their freedom (and their boys night!). A good woman will understand that even though they’re in a relationship, they still need their own space and freedom. It’s up to each person to be reasonable and use their judgment when making decisions.
It Will Be Obvious When Women Have Feelings
Not all women are open with their feelings. In some cases, even the most observant guy will have absolutely no idea how a woman feels about him. Some women prefer to feel out the guy first to gauge how he really is and to see if he’s worth it before they say anything. Before being really excited (or really freaked out) that a woman is into you, get confirmation first.
Women Like to Be in Constant Contact
Not all women are going to want to talk to you all day. It’s fine if she trades texts with you throughout the day, but if she has a life she won’t insist on constantly talking to you when she’s not with you. Find a woman that has her own career, friends, family, hobbies, and you’ll increase your chances that she won’t constantly hound you.
A Woman is Never Too Busy to See a Guy She Likes
You’ve heard the saying “If a person wants to see you, they’ll make time.” This is absolutely true, but there’s a big flaw in that statement if you’re going to go by that alone. Just because a woman likes a guy doesn’t mean she’s suddenly going to have a free schedule around the time he wants to see her. If you ask a woman on a date and she tells you that she’s really busy and doesn’t know when she’ll have a chance, she could be lying, but she could also be telling the truth. The guy I will make the most effort to see is the one that doesn’t give me a problem about it. If he says “OK, no problem, I understand,” and then asks me again in another week or two, I will make every effort possible to see him.
The best thing you can do when it comes to dealing with dating misconceptions about women is to go into each situation fresh and without any preconceived ideas.