He Flirts With You
Have you ever had a guy show you all the signs that he likes you? Yet he hasn’t really done anything to move things forward with you? Does he stare at you and flirt with you, yet he holds back from asking you out? If yes, he may be doing this because he thinks you don’t like him. So, let’s examine your flirting skills for a second. How do you flirt? Are you the person who uses sarcasm to show interest? If yes, acting like you don’t like him isn’t going to work like it did when you were in middle school. Or are you the person who think being nice will show him you like him? If yes, I’m telling you those mechanical, lukewarm responses aren't giving him a nudge in the right direction. So when he’s ambiguous about if you like him as well, the next feeler he’ll put out there is...
He Inquires About Your Schedule
When he asks about your schedule do you give a long complicated answer? Or do you play shy because you don't want to seem to direct or forward? As opposed to knowing how to move things forward when he's asking you out indirectly? Or do you tell him play-by-play of your busy life, in an attempt to show him how full and vibrant your life is? Which backfires as he thinks, “Dang she doesn’t have any time for me?” Girlfriend, the main reason he’ll ask about your weekend plans are to determine how he can fit into them. Which is why the final sign he sends when he wants to ask you out is….
He Waits for You to Meet Him Halfway
Pretty much no one (including men) like rejection. Therefore, if a guy seems a bit slow to ask you out, do both of you a favor by getting Next Date, Next Day to expedite the process. As it’s going to teach you how to schedule your next date in 24 hours or less. Flirty ways to schedule the next date, after a great date. How to get a guy to call you instead of text you to death. When to transition from public dates to private dates (so he doesn't get too comfortable too soon, and you don't fall too fast). Flirty follow ups to confirm an upcoming date. And how to position yourself to be pursued and courted consistently.