Rubber band theory of dating

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There's an attraction theory that says if a man is pulling away, you have to remain firm and not go after him (he kind of stopped answering your texts, calls, and kind-of drifts) because he needs time to sort through his feelings and he'll be back when he's ready.

Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...

I have been seeing a guy for just over a month and slept together a few days ago after which we spent a day together (he wanted to) playing games, eating and generally hanging out.

it was great but since i left the following i have hardly heard from him.

They eventually become saturated with man time and come in for more intimacy. Women respond to this cycle in one of three ways: 1) They get it and relax during the stretch part of the relationship because they know things will be okay on average 2) They freak out and chase after him, which only makes him pull away even further to get the man time he wants. He is the first to say that he wants to stay in and just hang out with me…”I’m in a you mode,” he’ll say. I like the teddy bear in him, but the only reason that teddy bear part exists is because he balances it out with man’s man time.

Sometimes the chasing/pulling away gets so extreme that it sours the whole relationship 3) They get angry and promise to not make the first move. He doesn’t care what people think and is never shy about public affection when we’re at school (I’m getting my MBA, remember? He lets me in on his crazy stream of conscious thoughts. Also, one of the draw backs of dating in business school is that you see your partner all the time. I’m sounding like one of those cheesy romantic self-help books but it’s true, I’ve had this epiphany and I wanted to share it.

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