I don't know if this is exactly true, but I think that unless a guy likes you/has a crush on you from the start, you can't make him fall for you. Initially I thought it was ******** but I've seen a lot of cases where exactly this has happened and relationships are usually more successful if the guy is interested, not necessarily the girl. It usually didn't work out when it was the other way round. I don't know about gay couples, but for straight guys, is this true? If I see a boy I like and feel he isn't attracted to me in that way or never bothers to initiate conversation, do I initiate it? For context, I'm not shy when it comes to relationships and I usually ask if I want more intimacy or a certain type of thing, etc. but I'm very cautious not to make any guy I like uncomfortable with sexual advances and it would be quite awkward afterwards if he denies them. Would you eventually develop feelings for a girl? Would you have feelings for two girls simultaneously? I just don't feel like I can make a guy fall for me on purpose unless he likes me to begin with. Thoughts?
Is it true about guys either liking you or not at all? watch
- Thread Starter
- 04-11-2017 01:42
- 04-11-2017 02:05
Hmm.. This sounds mean but if i don't find the girl attractive at first then it doesn't really matter if she has a crush on me, i'm just not interested. I don't think i've ever "developed feelings" for a girl over time either...but that's just me. Then again when i look back i regret not giving some girls a chance just because i wasn't interested in them at the time...But now it's too late to do anything about it! >_<
- 04-11-2017 02:14
Ya needs to be low key assertive so you don't come off as a slvt but when he realises it, ets 2 l8