It’s often the case that the man is doing goes unappreciated. Think about it like this, it is perfectly ok to try to get to know anyone.I understand wanting a relationship but if a man isn’t willing to assume some responsibility for making a relationship happen, then maybe that’s not the right man for you.
Maybe the man you’re dating right now is spending a lot of time with you, and showing his interest but he won’t actually pull the trigger on commitment.With a little patience, and a lot of trust, you can easily find yourself in a healthy relationship.But fueled by insecurity, and the belief that it won’t happen unless you make it happen, can lead to a really unhappy experience.Gender roles tell us that men are the ones who should approach you, call you, ask you on a date, follow-up with you, and then ask you out again. But approaching a man, making the first move, flirting with him, or texting him first isn’t the same as . When you meet a man who is interested in dating you he will call you, he will ask you out, and he will take the lead.Even if you don’t think this man is capable of taking the lead, give him a chance at least.Chill with the idea that dating is complicated, and scary that we need to make it easy on men. The idea of letting a man pursue you might sound old-fashioned but consider this: if you’re taking the reigns from the man then you’re missing out on a key part of his personality. The way he communicates with you, and romances you, and tries to impress you.