Here are six reasons why there is no such thing as mixed signals in the dating world: If someone's words (or text messages) lead you to believe that he or she is into you, but the actions prove otherwise, listen to the actions. A female or male player might pretend to be interested in you or even pretend to care about you because he or she might have some sort of ulterior motive.
Do not let yourself get confused because someone said “Hey gorgeous, I'd love to see you sometime soon” but the person doesn't actually ever make plans to see you. If someone is playing you, it can create a false sense of intimacy.
Again, consider the actions if you need proof, one way or another. When this happens, it will feel effortless, natural and easy.
When someone is really interested in you, you will know. The anxiety sustained from wondering and waiting will be nonexistent.
The world is full of books and articles about how to interpret communication from the opposite sex as though men and women were a species unto themselves and unable to extrapolate meaning and sense from emotions and verbal expression. We are all human beings with the same basic needs and mechanisms for communication. Its important to understand that mixed signals start with mixed intentions.
If someone is very clear about how they feel about you they are likely to send you a very direct communication arent they?
But once I started to feel like myself again, it was nice to have a romantic interest around, at least so I didn't feel so alone.
In these "relationships," I knew things weren't really going anywhere.
That might come across the communication channel as overly desperate which doesnt exactly make a great first impression.
Men often comment that women say one thing and mean another.
Eventually, the true colors will show and it will be around that time when you start complaining about mixed signals.