How To Tell What A Guy Wants From You

Here’s how to figure out what a guy is looking for from you:

  1. You frustrate his attempts to come on strong;

  2. You make a serious effort to improve your ability to discern whether he’s serious about you or not.

It seems simple… right ?

it’s never easy to pass judgement on a man

We’ll go over these two processes in greater detail later, but there’s something else I want you to know first.

Here’s Something You Should Know About Men (That They Won’t Tell You)

The most crucial thing for you to know about confident masculine guys and dating as a woman is that they will frequently come on strong to you (in the beginning).

However, this does not imply that they adore you or are committed to you.

It’s a bitter pill to swallow, but it’s a necessary one.

The bottom line is this:

It doesn’t necessarily indicate they’re serious about you, and it doesn’t always imply they like you.

And it’s precisely when they turn up the heat that you begin to lose your instinctive ability to figure out what a guy wants from you.

You’d think that you’d be thrown off track when men are weaker and more wishy-washy.

Yet, one of the main reasons you get swept off your feet and end up being used by a guy is because men come on strong.

But it’s also one of the most common reasons for women to fall in love with and invest in a man!

Many women are aware that something isn’t quite right about a guy, but they lose themselves and their power in the process because the guy is coming on so strong and his “game” is so powerful.

In fact, it’s because males come on strong that women can get perplexed, doubtful of themselves, and lose faith in their ability to read men.

I’m sure it feels wonderful if you let his tendency to come on hard absolutely sweep you off your feet, but there’s a risk he’ll leave you and was never serious about you.

So, to be honest, asking “how do you find out what a guy wants from you” is a wise approach. Because many women would disregard the internal alert that was screaming at them, demanding that they figure it out.

(This is also known as cognitive dissonance.)

Instead, girls may simply go along with whatever the guy appears to want, never relying on her own strength and intuitive insight. But they should instead try to build an emotional connection with a man.