If you’re dating someone who isn’t moving as fast as you would like, just wait. The emphasis on patience is this: don’t take action because you’re afraid that the guy won’t.
A relationship built on insecurity will never last.
Gender roles tell us that men are the ones who should approach you, call you, ask you on a date, follow-up with you, and then ask you out again. But approaching a man, making the first move, flirting with him, or texting him first isn’t the same as . When you meet a man who is interested in dating you he will call you, he will ask you out, and he will take the lead.
If you are impatient in your efforts, you might end up with a guy who just isn’t ready to be in a relationship and the experience will be disappointing at best.
When you think about letting a man pursue you, consider letting him take the lead when it makes sense for him to do so.
Don’t try to fill in the gaps for where he should be showing interest and isn’t.
Letting a man pursue you doesn’t mean that you can’t let him know that you’re interested.
Give him the green light to proceed and trust that if he likes you, he will.
With a little patience, and a lot of trust, you can easily find yourself in a healthy relationship.