Relationship tips dating a player
You tell me he’s a player, but all I know is that he’s been married for years and is rumored to be having an affair. Frankly, the “fuck and run” is plain just bad etiquette, but it doesn’t matter to this player, because, well, he’s never going to talk to you again.That’s not much to go on, and it’s certainly not my place to tag him a player based on conjecture and the small-town rumor mill. Type 2: The players who do the “slow fade.” In this instance, he cools off after a few weeks together and suddenly becomes unavailable for plans.At town functions, he sometimes hangs out with the older woman and her husband and kids like nothing is going on. Anne Dear Anne, Thank you for asking such an important question. Players – and I know, since I’ve been one – are thinking purely of their selfish need to conquer new women.Our “friendship” has clearly changed and there is a great deal of flirting, texting, dropping by, spending more time together, and I am becoming interested in him… He asked me to dinner & I made a lame excuse, he told me to tell him when I am ready…something tells me I am entering a hornet’s nest and something else tells me if I don’t go for it, I will lose my window of opportunity & someone else will snatch him up and I will be kicking myself. However, without more information about your “friend,” it becomes next to impossible to give you a solid answer. They don’t want to hurt you, but, hey, all’s fair in love and war. Type 1: The players who pull a Houdini after the first time you sleep together.Seriously, what’s to stop him from cheating on you, when he cheated on his last girlfriend with you? If you are dating a guy who says he’s never friends with any girls he dates on Facebook, or that he doesn’t even know why he has an account because he doesn’t even use Facebook, or any other lame excuse where he’s trying to justify you two not being friends and connected on social media, he’s a player.
Use these techniques to spot a player, so you can keep him at a distance.
After all, it will make communication easier, right?
If you spot him changing his display picture, despite him insisting he doesn’t go on Facebook, then that’s a huge red flag right there. If you’re talking to guy and he always replies with things like “I’ll see,” or “Hmm, maybe” after you’ve asked him if he wants to hang out later, or tomorrow, or even next week, then you are dealing with a player.
If you have recently started dating a guy, and you know his last relationship ended because he cheated, the probability of him cheating again is pretty high.
If you happen to be the “other woman,” you know, the girl he cheated on his last girlfriend with, the probability of him cheating on you is even higher.