He’s giving you the full-court press, calling, texting, sending flowers, and even declaring his love by the second date. He wants to go exclusive right away and wants to marry you within a week.
Do you end up in bed before you even make it out of the house and miss the start of the movie? Does his idea of a date involve making sure you drink enough to let down your inhibitions? Do you spend more time together without clothes than with?
A guy who wants a relationship with you will want to plan a date with you in advance. He’ll want to lock in spending time with you so that other guys can’t.
If you don’t know anything about where he works or who his friends are and he doesn’t openly share what's going on in his life, then he’s really only seeing you for one thing.
This isn’t about the things that are on your list. That list is for things that are not part of your regular routine. This one is about taking on a task she expects to have to do herself.
If you’ve never met any of his friends or family and he’s not really interested in meeting yours, then that’s another dating red flag. Part of falling in love is sharing your life with one another, and that includes friends and family.
Is he more than willing to share his sexual fantasies with you but he’s not willing to share his heart or allow himself to be vulnerable? If this is the case, he’s probably not emotionally available for a relationship.
You may find him super attractive but may not be ready to jump into bed right away with a stranger. If he won’t wait for you to feel more comfortable sharing yourself with him, then he’s not really interested in more than sex.
Are you constantly wondering where things are going between the two of you because he’s never talking about a future with you?
Does he show up unannounced and expect you to be available? Does he push you to be intimate and not take no for an answer? If he can’t respect your boundaries and ignores your wishes, then he isn’t really interested in you or in a relationship.