9 Signs He's Not Playing Hard-To-Get — He Just Doesn't Like You

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If He Does These 9 Things, Stop Trying — He Doesn't Like You!

By Justice Parker

We are programmed to believe that if a guy acts like a total jerk it means he likes you when in reality, that's not how it is. If he doesn't treat you like you should be treated, he's just not that into you.

Here are 9 not so secretive signs that mean he is just not that into you:

1. He avoids touching you in public.

If your male interest loves to touch, kiss and cuddle in the privacy of your home, but won’t even hold your hand on the street, this is a major warning sign.

2. He only sees you after 8 pm.

It’s really hard to open your eyes and admit to yourself that to him, you are just a booty call. 

3. He never asks about your day.

If he doesn’t care to check in or to ask a few thoughtful questions about how your day went or what’s new with you, then he’s putting no effort into getting to know you.

4. He pulls a disappearing act.

When you don’t see a man for days, weeks or months at a time without a really good explanation, he is just not that into you.

5. He doesn’t introduce you to friends or family.

If he doesn’t want to bring you around the people that matter most, he’s not interested in progressing with you.

6. He always claims he's busy.

If he is always making up excuses to why he can't talk or hang out, he is avoiding you. If he is interested, he will always make time.

7. He won't talk about the future (near and distant) with you.

If you're left wondering where you two are at in your relationship, he's not into you. He should reassure you how he feels and what he is wanting out of the relationship.

8. He never really listens to what you're saying.

If it seems like he’s always distracted and thinking about something else when you’re with him, that tells you that you’re never his priority.

9. You are the only one reaching out to make plans or just to talk.

If he never reaches out first, he is most definitely not interested. If you develop a pattern in which you do all the initiating, he will feel as if he doesn't have to.

Now ask yourself, “Do you really think he’s interested in you?”

Did your stomach sink? Or leap? Did you get a hopeful feeling?

Your gut is going to give you the right answer, you just have to be brave enough to listen to it.

This article was originally published at Justice Parker. Reprinted with permission from the author.