“It´s human nature for a man to test the waters”, says Argov, “he wants to see how much he can get away with.” Here are the three reasons why the man who seems to like you will pull away: Most men deliberately don´t call just to see how you´ll respond.
Getting too intimate too soon can overwhelm a budding relationship.Many tend to blame their partner for bad things that start to happen in their lives.It shows that some partners are not ready to cope up with the stress and start blaming others as a form of release.When he pulls back, does that mean he´s no longer interested? First, let´s understand why men pull away early in dating so you would stop cracking your head figuring out why.Even if a man is really into you, he will pull back just to see how you´ll react.And if you badly need this relationship, he knows that he has 100 percent hold on you. Once he shows himself up, tell him you´re happy to see him (which sends a hint that you like him but not need him), but don´t be emotional about his absence.Early in dating, starting from day one, he´s already calculating how much he can get away with. *** Make him commit and surrender his heart to you, learn how to be “the woman men adore and never want to leave”.Sherry Argov, in her book, , calls this a man´s mind game or “mental challenge”.Pulling away means not calling you, or not sending you emails and text messages, or not seeing you for a while. Even if it can be utterly confusing for you when he does that, especially if you really like him, how you react to his absence will set the stage if he´s going to fall in love with you, take advantage of you, or pull away for good.Tarot Cards - Psychics & Clairvoyants - Astrology & Horoscopes - Love & Relationships - Mind, Body, Spirit Written by: Jennifer Crowley Maintaining a relationship is hard work, whether it is with a friend or a lover.The early days are rightfully called the honeymoon period of any relationship, with long conversations, sharing of interests, general getting to know one another, the relationship can start to collapse if the initial impetus is not held on to.