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He called me the next day and we talked for three hours. " (Confused Female) Many single women write to me expressing confusion, uncertainty and frustration regarding the whole dating scene.
On our second date, we spent the whole day together. I wasn't sure of how to handle the situation, so I waited until a day later and left a voice message for him, saying hi. Their stories are often (like the one above), filled with tales of broken dates, unanswered emails and/or phone calls and guys just disappearing for no apparent reason.
However, he travels quite a bit and spends a lot of time out socially with mixed groups of singles.
Their feedback for the writer of the above question contained somewhat differing views, but had a consistent thread running through it.
The bottom line - he liked her and had an interest, but something changed and he decided he didn't want to continue.
I believe we both felt a strong chemistry and learned a lot about each other.
Dear Relationship Coach- "We met online and seemed to hit it off right from the start.
After he answered my ad, we went on our first date, and it was fabulous.
All have very full social lives and have been actively meeting and dating women for years.
Only one guy (David, a small town mayor and a professional lobbyist for a trade association) is in a relationship.
After receiving the above email, I decided to query several single guys and ask for their thoughts, reactions and suggestions to this and other questions that women want answers to.
The men I spoke to are all; never married, twenties to thirties, professional, attractive and financially successful.