When you're dating a guy he's always going to be hot and cold and trying to guess his interest or to bother with him based on that information is not always the best advice. But, when a guy tells you these two things - there's definitely a cause for alarm and you might want to consider not dating him anymore.
Women are worried that if they approach a guy or just say hi, he's going to assume she's interested. Is that true in every situation? From a guy's view. Learn a new rule in starting a conversation with any guy. How it all comes down to context and when you should show interest.
...Its over four years now i have been having these strong feelings so in between these years we kissed ,so yesterday i decided you know what let me send him an sms i told him how i feel he just read my sms and he said nothing . please give an advise on what to do.
There are no "hard" rules in texting back and forth when it relates to men and woman who are either dating or "liking" each other. but... If you want a guy to like you (more), a constant stream of texting won't help at all. Guys don't ignore women without reason. Here's a guys opinion on what to do if you send him a text and he doesn't respond. How long you should wait?
When a guy moves forward a little and flirts with you and only gets mixed signals, chances are he's going to back away and assume you're in charge now. Men assume they're in the friends zone all too often.
There is a formula for getting a guy to reply quickly to your texts. Try it and use some of these free examples straight from a guy which do work.
Meeting people might come easy to you, but why aren't you walking away with more numbers or usable contact information? It's the transition period or the next step which seems to be the most difficult part to get away with.
Is feeling attracted to someone the reason we don't approach or meet someone? Is attraction controlling and exposing our fears? Is it a strength or a weakness? We put way too much pressure on ourselves to "perform" when in reality, it's the performance that often fails because we're trying to be something better or greater than we believe we are.