Dating a guy who flirts

Too often a day in the life of the dating world goes something like this: you meet someone, have a few conversations over the phone, go out once and then never see that person again. Chances are while you were on your date you discovered a personality that you know you just can’t deal with.

Dating is not about putting people into categories, but there are some personalities that just make a person want to turn and run.

You’ve read the 5 Types of Men that Women Avoid, and because we’re all about being fair to both sexes, we have the other side: Five Types of Women that Men Avoid. Men are drawn to a good flirt because besides being fun and charming, she’s definitely not shy.

A woman who bats her lashes indiscriminately seems like a challenge at first—? After a while guys realize that the Flirty-Bird needs constant attention because she’s stricken with major self-esteem issues.

An extremely confident and patient man may be able to deal with this kind of behavior, but he’ll probably run himself ragged before realizing that the Flirty-Bird isn’t worth his time. You meet a fantastic woman and you’re having a great first date.

He seems to remember every conversation you had and makes you feel like he’s actually paying attention to what you’re saying. He makes you laugh, and every interaction you have with him makes you wonder what it would be like to date him.

He compliments you on the way you look, and there’s just something about the way he’s looking that makes you wonder what he’s thinking. Sure, he ACTS interested, he flirts with you and tells you that you’re beautiful and smart and interesting, but then he pulls back and makes you wonder if you’re just imagining things. I can tell you that there can be many reasons a man will flirt and act “interested” in you but never ask for your number, call you, or make plans to go on a real date with you.

Therefore, the more a woman knows how a guy flirts with body language, the greater her chances of picking up when a guy is actually interested in her.

Of course, knowing how to tell when a guy is flirting is an important skill to have, especially if there is mutual attraction.

When I approach him on his flirty behavior with women, he claims it is a sexual energy on the dance floor that he finds exciting, but it does not mean that he wants to sleep with them.

My fear is what happens when one of them wants to sleep with him?

We are in our mid-forties and sometimes I find his behavior repulsive.