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As time goes on, we should still be on our best behavior, but the real versions of ourselves start to come through, too—like we may have cleaned our apartment, top to bottom, the first few times our new beau came over… Perhaps we once thought he or she could never see our makeup-less face. By future, I mean things that are weeks or months away.

but then we laxed and he saw us for the none-too-neat person we are. Yet, over time, we started to not wear makeup all the time around the person, and guess what? Any relationship that is future-forward is a key sign that the person you’re with doesn’t see you disappearing anytime soon. You cannot envision not seeing or having them in your life. And, why would you stop a too-good-to-be-true thing?

So, why is it that when I’m interested in a woman or I see a group of them herding together at the club, I suddenly turn into this timid shell of a person? There's war waging inside of us that we just can't win. Here are 12 very transparent reasons why we are afraid to take that next step with women: We can sense the outcome of what will happen, and we run away from that happening.

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Whether you’re falling for them or not, this person crosses your mind more than anyone else (or is at least in the top three).

Yes, when we're in the new-to-dating-again scene, we love to complain to our friends about our dates or people we're dating.

While they’re meeting the dream girls, we’re watching from a distance saying, “Hey, that could be me,” and then coming to that sudden realization, “But, not back from here.” Yet, we continue to sit there, sipping our drink of choice alone. But, the number one thing I have noticed is that we believe we have a better idea of the social nature between man and woman.

Therefore, we understand the girl in front of us will not be interested.

“We never had ‘the talk,’” they may say as a defense.

Or maybe you’re the one who doesn’t want to commit to to them 100 percent yet.

Here are telltale signs it’s time to define the relationship. (I’m not saying to define yourselves with labels if you’re not there yet (emotionally) but you can always define it as “friends with benefits” or “on the way to exclusive” status so both of you are on the same page.)You just can’t help it.

They take up a large percentage in the pie chart in your brain: it’s the person (about 90-95 percent), then the rest of your activities, like eating, sleeping, and working.

Many of us spend the majority of our young adult lives crushing on the same one or two girls, and therefore, we never get to experience asking out other girls that often.

This led to a lack of experience when it came to those social environments, which also explained why we excel in other social environments, but not in ones where meeting and talking to new women is a thing.

“Just friends” don’t get jealous—9.9 times out of 10, it means there’s something underlying there and, if so, why aren’t you exclusively dating? But, point being, you only want to have sex with one person, end of story.

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