wanting to rush into a relationship can be a real ATTRACTION KILLER with a man.I call this the “Instant Relationship” mistake, and TONS of women make this mistake in one way or another without really knowing they’re doing it.

Do you consistently make plans to see each other despite your busy schedules? This could be through texts, phone calls, chats, social media messaging, and the works.

If so, then this is most likely because this fling is turning into the real thing.

Most couples don’t really define what they have until they’re both sure it is something serious.

Obviously, if one of you has brought the topic up and the other agrees, then doesn’t that give the two of you a signal that what you have is most definitely more than just a casual relationship? The idea itself of letting the people you love know who you’re dating is a clear sign that we consider our “partner” more than just someone to hook up with. – 21 signs to decode that fuzzy feeling] #4 You go out on real dates.

When you hide your true intentions, you eventually feel out of control because not only are your needs not being met, they haven’t even been expressed and they come out in subtle passive ways that create a disconnect between you.

As soon as you feel out of control and panicked, your guy will sense it.

He may not know exactly what it is, but it will make him uneasy about having a relationship with you.

If you know what you’re looking for and you’re clear about finding it for yourself, without demanding it from the guy you’re dating, you’ll be more at ease AND he will be more likely to be interested in a relationship and a future.

Being too available and trying too hard to can make you come across as needy and insecure, even if you don’t actually feel that way.

It’s strange with men, but you don’t have to actually be needy to have a man get turned off by him perceiving you as needy.

If so, odds are, you’re a great women but you’re having a disconnect with the man you’re interacting with.